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Karim Adeyemi rejects Barcelona offer and gets closer to another big move

The 19-year-old striker of RB Salzburg, Karim Adeyemi, makes a surprising decision for his future. He rejected one of the best teams in the world, FC Barcelona and chooses to go to a much familiar place. It was reportedly that Borussia Dortmund showed interest in acquiring the young talent. They have made an attractive offer to RB Salzburg for 35 million euros. Adeyemi did show desires to stay in Germany and this deal is on 90-95% complete according to some sources. He has grabbed the attention of many other great clubs including Liverpool who were close to signing him 2 years ago.

Karim Adeyemi is a German footballer with both Nigerian and Romanian origins. Born in Munich, his early life has been spent in Germany. Later on, he moved to Austria to play for RB Salzburg. The 16-year-old back then, Adeyemi, was loaned to FC Liefering in order to gain some experience before playing against the tougher competition in the top-tier in Austria. The young talent has began his international career for Germany in 2021. He scored a goal on his debut against Armenia on September 5, 2021. Karim Adeyemi is without a doubt one of the biggest prospects in the world of football. It’s only a matter of time before everyone starts talking about him.

Adeyemi is surely one of the best teenagers out there. He will be undoubtedly an attractive player to have on your team. His playing style is the essence of modern football. The young German is quick, agile, and can play well with both feet. Karim is decent with the ball and has the pace to his advantage. Moreover, Adeyemi has proved to be very skilful during the games which further increase the interest towards him. In my opinion, he has everything to become the next big name in football. Now, it’s mainly about making the right decision in choosing the perfect team that can develop him even more and learn him how to use his full potential on the field.

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