The pearl of Salzburg refuses to sign for Barcelona

Adeyemi has rejected Barcelona. This is assured by the prestigious media Sky, which also details that the player He welcomes signing for Dortmund and pursuing his professional career in Germany for the time being. The forward, who is being one of the sensations of Europe this season, enjoyed a great interest on the part of several greats. At 19, however, he is committed to continuing in his native country, despite the fact that Barça had regarded him as a cornerstone of reconstruction in the post-Messi stage.

Also according to information from Sky Sports in Germany, Barcelona let Salzburg know that they would offer 40 million euros for their diamond even in the face of this same winter market. Dortmund, also on the prowl, is aware that Haaland will almost certainly leave and wants to close a substitute for guarantees. Of course, it seems difficult for him to continue at his current club, especially after his goalscoring figures: 11 goals in 16 games. in the Austrian Bundesliga and four in seven Champions League games.

In fact, he himself sent a message that hinted at his upcoming departure from Salzburg: “In recent years, many young people have matured here to later land in the best international clubs. I think of Haaland, but also Mané, Naby Keita or Szoboszlai “. The revealing phrase, in an interview with Tuttosport, was delivered below: “Obviously, I have this goal. I would like the next stage of my career to be at a club of the highest level“.

According to what was published, there were many interested parties, but only two proposals close to formal: 35 million from Dortmund and 40 from Barcelona. Now, Sky is clear: Adeyemi has rejected the Blaugrana offer. The reason is that he wants to try the German adventure and, especially, to secure his place in the national team for Euro 2024. At Dortmund, he would have a practically guaranteed place and would arouse the attention of Flick. This subject still has many chapters left and will flutter in summer. But the first has been resoundingly closed: to Barça, no.

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