When he announced a few days ago that he would gladly return to Bayern if he received an invitation from Munich, it seemed that the path to a new Salzburg sensation would be significantly easier for the German champion. However, the editor of the portal specialized in the football market (Transfermakt.de) is just publishing information that Borussia Dortmund has taken certain steps and that it is currently in the pole position.
A guy named Karim Adeyemi (19) is thrilling this season in the jersey of the Austrian champion and the German national team. He has already scored 11 goals in 16 games, but he also scored on his debut with Hansi Flick in the senior team of Mannschaft.
The same source states that Borussia is preparing a lot for the departure of Erling Haakand and that Adeyemi is the first pick for the successor. The previous business with the Red Bull club proved to be a complete success, the players from Austria easily fit into the German teams, and there is also the desire of the players to return to their homeland because his family is there.
Allegedly, they have a concrete plan in Westphalia on how to persuade Adeyemi to decide for Borussia: the departure of Haaland opens the possibility for him to be a starter together with Malen, while he would have to wait for such a status in Munich.
True, a certain number of minutes at Bayern could open for him with a possible transfer of Kingsley Koman, but Adeyemi will give an advantage to the club that has a plan to force him to be a striker Borussia is working to replace Haaland, but they are also working to buy an experienced central midfielder.
Thomas Delaney went to Seville this summer - no replacement was brought. Axel Witsel is too often off the field due to injury, while Emre Can has been playing more like a classic defender lately - back or central defender.
From there, claims the editor of Transfermakt, they have the idea to go for Adrien Rabiot in Dortmund, stating that the job could be made easier for them if Juventus returns Paul Pogba in the summer or decides to buy another central midfielder.
It would be acceptable for Borussia to set aside up to 75,000,000 for these two jobs, as much as they will earn from the sale of Erling Haaland. Obviously, an interesting winter awaits us, but also summer