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Liverpool handed one last chance to land German forward Karim Adeyemi



Borussia Dortmund are reportedly unwilling to pay the asking price for Liverpool target Karim Adeyemi. The striker from Salzburg was on his way to the Bundesliga.

Karim Adeyemi’s excellent displays at RB Salzburg have wowed numerous clubs around Europe. The German international has been linked with a return to Germany, in the last few months.

The Salzburg forward has already made his National team debut

Adeyemi’s move to Dortmund appeared to be a bygone conclusion for months. However, nothing substantial has yet to transpire, which may provide some optimism to rival bidders such as Liverpool.

Best chance for Liverpool to land Adeyemi

Numerous big clubs around Europe have been linked to the youngster, including names like Barca. The Red themselves have kept an eye on the youngster since he was 16 years old.

This might be Liverpool’s best window of opportunity in landing the 20 year old. Since the asking price is not really high, this might be Liverpool’s best shot at landing the young sensation.

The Reds currently have an attack that makes every club jealous, with arguably the best player in the world. However, with Salah and Mane reaching their thirties, and Firmino’s decline, Liverpool have to start searching.

Not to mention, all of them will see their contracts end after next season in 2023. With Jota’s and Luis Diaz’s signings, Jurgen Klopp has already started thinking of the future.

Adeyemi has quickly become one of the hottest attacking prospects in Europe

At just 20 years of age, Karim Adeyemi has shown himself to possess immense talent. The Salzburg attacker boasts great technical ability coupled with frightening pace, everything Liverpool need in an attacker.

Numbers always speak for themselves. The youngster has already scored 18 goals in 31 games this season, as well as 4 assists. Not just this, he has 4 goals in the Champions League in 21/22.

The forward is also very versatile in attack. Capable of playing on either wing, as well as up front, the German can slot in anywhere in attack.

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