Karim Adeyemi by Red Bull Salzburg is hot desires. The safely valid transfer of the 20-year-old to Borussia Dortmund should now wobble. Even Oliver Bierhoff even advises the young international to a BVB change.
The words of Niklas Süle at Karim Adeyemi were actually clear. “We see ourselves in the summer of the training kick-off”, the future central defender of Borussia Dortmund said according to “Salzburger Reading” n his national team colleague of Red Bull Salzburg.
In the doping control after 1: 1 in the eighth-final first leg of the Champions League of FC Bayern in Salzburg, Bayern-defender Slee probably made a hint, which worted into the rumor kitchen.
Because Adeyemi, 20 years old, has long since become one of the most desirable young professionals in European football.
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In any case, the step towards BVB would give sense. In Dortmund, Adeyemi could come into the footsteps of the Migrant Google Google Erling Haaland, who was also changed from Salzburg to the Ruhrpott in January 2020. Also Supertalent Yousoufa Moukoko (17) allegedly thinks about a lending in the summer.
However, the negotiations between Salzburg and Dortmund should be a problem that will be a problem. Like the “Ruhr news” reported, “by no means sure” that the change will come about at all.
The Salzburger are said to demand 42.5 million euros for Adeyemi, for a player who brings other qualities than the 1.94 m of Haaland.
Adeyemi’s contract in Salzburg runs until 2024. Even with its three performances in the national team, he left an impression. “He has a huge speed and a good scaling. He can do something in the penalty area,” said Bayern-veteran Thomas Müller on Monday.
In the first leg against the Munich, the pillar talent shone at least with pace, carefree and playing joke. In the Austrian Bundesliga he surpasses with 15 goals in 21 league games – most recently on Saturday via a faulerfeter at 4: 0 against Altach.
Oliver Bierhoff advises BVB change: “good step”
This is also pleased with national coach Hansi Flick and DFB Director Oliver Bierhoff. Bierhoff Wool Adeyemi, who was born in Munich and also played in the offspring of Bayern Munich, “definitely like to see in the Bundesliga”.
At the record champion, “the competition is particularly big in the storm,” said Bierhoff at “Sky”. Therefore, a change to Dortmund could be a “good step for his next path”.
From the ongoing rumors, Adeyemi, 2018, can not be impressed by Unterhaching to Austria for 3.5 million euros. “As I have told many times: my focus is in Salzburg. It’s nothing clear. What happens in the summer, happens in summer,” he said last.
The Hachinger, currently trained by Sandro Wagner, would benefit from a change. According to “SID” information, the regional league has been able to assure 22.5 percent of the transfer with a resale.