Bayern found alternative for Haaland!

Bayern found alternative for Haaland!

Bayern Munich seem to have abandoned the idea of luring Erling Haaland in Robert Lewandowski’s place. The champions’ new transfer goal is Adeyemi.

Bayern are the most stable club not only in Germany, but in all modern football. Their planned approach to development best of all confirms the compliance with German values and the ability to look into the future. It is happiness to have Robert Lewandowski in the team, who, at the age of 33, wins the Golden Boot and is not inferior in goals to the Norwegian prodigy Erling Haaland. But Bayern are already considering a striker to replace the goalscoring Pole.

Haaland himself used to be such, but after his agent Mino Raiola put up a price tag on a salary of 50 million euros per year, plus commissions, Bayern seem to have ceased to be interested in the talented striker. Therefore, and SPOX report the club's interest in Karim Adeyemi from Red Bull Salzburg.

Adeyemi is only 19 years old, but his path is similar to that of Haaland, at least due to the fact that he plays for the Austrian giants. This season, the German scored eight goals in ten matches and made one assist in the league and also scored three goals in four matches in the Champions League. Of course, those are not Haaland's results, but not bad either.

Moreover, the current estimated cost of Karim for Transfermarkt is only 20 million euros, which is not that big of a money at all in comparison with the more eminent former teammate. Bayern have good contacts with the Red Bull consortium, so there shouldn't be any problems. Just remember the transfers of Sabitzer and Upamecano in the summer transfer window.

Therefore, if you look at the ratio of price and quality, there is no one better than Adeyemi on the market for the future. This is confirmed by the interest in the player from Liverpool, Leipzig and Borussia Dortmund, which also understand that Haaland will leave very soon. Another thing is that the player can imagine himself a star and not reach the maximum if he immediately moves to a top club. Perhaps it would be nice for him to try his hand at Leipzig or Borussia and then swing at Bayern if everything goes smoothly. This career option would minimize the risks and allow him to see more interesting offers.