German side Borrusia Dortmund have reportedly reached an agreement with a new striker following reports that Norwegian international, Erling Haaland is on the verge of a move to Manchester City.
Many news outlets including Sky sports announced yesterday that the deal between City and Haaland is complete and set to be announced in the course of the week, this has prompted Dortmund to move swiftly and get a new striker as Red Bull Salzburg's Karim Adeyemi emerged as a potential replacement.
Adeyemi's agent, Thomas Solomon has since confirmed the move saying it is now close to agreement. “We’re now close to complete the deal with Borussia Dortmund. There will be no release clause included into his five year deal”. Solomon told the Daily Mirror.
The agent also confirmed that the player had attracted interest from Manchester United but his priority was Dortmund. “Rangnick? Yes, Manchester United wanted to enter the race - but we want BVB”. He added.
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