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Praise for Adeyemi, duo before jumping off – TOP STORIES

by: Adam Smith


Red Bull Salzburg’s coach Jesse Marsch is impressed at the start of the preparation of top talent Karim Adeyemi. Marin Pongraei and Anderson Niangbo with clubs from abroad, transgaming.orgs director Christoph Freund does not rule out further new trains.

Champion Red Bull Salzburg started on Sunday with a renewed offensive department in preparation for the Fr’h year. Top talent Karim Adeyemi trained with the first team for the first time. The 17-year-old German, like R-back Murgim Berisha, is expected to help cushion Erling Huland’s high-profile move to Borussia Dortmund and Takumi Minamino to Liverpool.

The complete operational statistics of Karim Adeyemi

In addition to Rasmus Kristensen (suspended) and Masaya Okugawa (sick) also from league rival WAC to the return of loan players Anderson Niangbo and Marin Pongra-i, who are negotiating with clubs from abroad, are not on the training ground. “It’s measly, that’s both the club leaving,” Salzburg’s transgaming.orging director Christoph Freund said. “We’re still in a good position,” he said.

Salzburg coach Marsch Adeyemi: “Can help our team a lot”

The Bulls have high hopes in Adeyemi. The youngster has eight goals and six assists for the second team FC Liefering in the autumn. ‘He’s a great player. He has so much potential,” Salzburg coach Jesse Marsch said. “I think with a really good mentality he can help our team a lot – as a joker on the pitch, but also from the beginning.” However, the competition in the offensive is still great.

Adeyemi’s contract only until the summer of 2021. Being part of the fighting team could help to get the exceptional talent to a loan. According to Freund, Adeyemi will continue to play in the 2nd division at Liefering. “That’s very, very important in its development. He has to get a lot of minutes through the week,” the transgaming.orgs chief said. “But I am convinced that he has the potential that he will do a few minutes with us in the spring.”

More Salzburg-Neuzugenge meglich: “We always keep our eyes open”

The Luncke, the Hunland with his 20 million euro transfer to Dortmund, does not want to deny Friend. Last summer, however, goaltender Munas Dabbur or other players leaving the club were also well able to fill them in. The departures of Hunland and Minamino also represent an opportunity for some offensive players. “Some people can still present themselves because minutes are freed up,” friended. “We have good guys who will be these minutes too.”

However, the transgaming.orging director does not want to rule out further trains in winter. “We are very, very happy with the squad, but we always keep our eyes open.” The situation is ‘similar to last summer. Friend: “We have a squad that really qualies a lot in itself. It’s not easy for someone to get to do it, who’s going to make us better.’

Salzburg targets the double

The Salzburgerfrom 16th to 26th Junner a training camp in Qatar. The first mandatory match in the fr’h year is on the program on 9 February with the Cup quarter-final at the second division SKU Amstetten. Fenf Tage spéter goes fer the table leader in the league hit against the first chaser LASK. The Europa League quarter-finals, with Eintracht Frankfurt on 20 and 27 February.

March is good things: “It’s always an issue in every transfer window that so many good players are gone. But it’s time for the next players to help and make the development,” the American said at the start of training. ‘We’ve got a lot of players who are ready for six super next months yesterday. That’s a good feeling for our coaching staff. We are thrilled with our team. It’s a good energy, a good quality – better than I hoped.”

The goals are relatively clear: “We’re going to be champions and we’re going to win the Cup,” Marsch said. In the Europa League, it is important to get the best against every opponent. “The draw is not so good. Frankfurt is a good team,” stressed the Salzburg coach. “Adi H’tter is a great trainer, which is also a big challenge for us.” A good start is important. “We have a lot of important games right from the start. We’ll be fully prepared to play every game in February.’