Adeyemi ‘will definitely leave Salzburg’ amid interest from Bayern, Dortmund and Leipzig


By Rune Gjerulff

A move to the Bundesliga seems to be on the cards for RB Salzburg youngster Karim Adeyemi.

Karim Adeyemi.

Sky Germany reports that Germany forward Karim Adeyemi will ‘definitely’ leave RB Salzburg next summer, with a move to Bayern München, Borussia Dortmund or RB Leipzig considered most likely.

“He will definitely leave Salzburg next summer and should bring in a transfer fee of €30-40 million,” said Sky transfer expert Marc Behrenbeck and added:

“We know that all three top clubs from Germany – Bayern, Dortmund and Leipzig – have spoken with the Adeyemi side. There were concrete talks in which figures were exchanged.

“There are inquiries from England as well, with Liverpool recently making contact again.

“However, it’s clear that it’s part of Adeyemi’s career plan to take the next step in the Bundesliga. For him, it makes the most sense to choose something more connected to his home before he then possibly goes abroad again.”

The former Bayern youth prospect has scored 11 goals in 16 games for Salzburg this season.

He made his senior international debut for Germany in a 6-0 win over Armenia last month and scored after coming on.

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