Dortmund signed Karim Adeymi on a five-year contract

Düsseldorf – Germany: The club German football club Borussia Dortmund announced today, Tuesday, the official contract of German forward Karim Adeymi, with a five-year contract. Adeyemi will join Dortmund at the end of the season in raced by the Austrian Red Bull Salzburg. Dortmund explained that Adeyemi, who was crowned with the German national team in the Under-21 European Championship and who participated three times with the first team under the guidance of manager Hansi Flick, successfully passed medical examinations before signing the contracts. The value of the deal fluctuates between 30 and 40 million euros (31.6 and 42.1 million dollars) and he has a five-year contract. The contract with Adeyemi to strengthen Borussia Dortmund’s attacking line came after the departure of Norwegian star Erling Haaland to Manchester City. Dortmund sporting director Michael Zorc said that Karim Adeyemi, a very talented young German international, with his powerful shots and phenomenal speed, will add value to our attacking line. He added: “He is very similar to Borussia Dortmund. He encouraged the team when he was young and decided to sign for Dortmund despite having received many offers from the major European leagues.” Like Halland, Adeymi came from Salzburg, where he won the league and cup three times during a four-year professional career, and scored 22 goals. in all competitions in this season. “As a child I was fascinated by Borussia Dortmund, fast football, so when I heard Dortmund were interested in me, I knew I wanted to sign for him,” said Adeymi. “I have made the conscious decision to sign for a long time because I am convinced that we will build an exciting team and, in addition to the support of the wonderful Dortmund fans, in the coming years we will be in able to compete and win titles. . “Adeyemi became Dortmund’s third major deal as part of its efforts to get back to competing with Bayern again, as the team’s latest title in Bundesliga dates back to 2012, before Bayern won the next ten titles. Dortmund have signed defenders Nico Schlutterbeek from Freiburg and Niklas Zule from Bayern Munich. “After the inclusion of Niklas Zule and Nico Schlutterbeek, we have signed another extraordinary player for next season, Karim Adeyemi,” said Zorc. (Dpa)