Chelsea Join Race For Salzburg Striker Karim Adeyemi (DETAILS)

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Chelsea are keen on making a move for Salzburg striker Karim Adeyemi who has been seen as one of the future talent, MySportDab reports.

The forward is also being chased by Bayern Munich who are one of the favorite likely to sign the teenager.

Barcelona and Chelsea are the latest to show their interests in the Salzburg goal machine Karim Adeyemi who is open to a move.

The youngster has been on form this season as he keeps on scoring loads of goals for his side who once had Erling Haaland.

Chelsea and Barcelona form part of the race for Red Bull Salzburg forward Karim Adeyemi, according to reports coming fromFichajes.

The 19-year-old Germany international has become one of the most sought-after talents in European football since last season.

Two leading sides from across the continent closely monitoring his development with the club as they might be looking into making a move.

Thomas Tuchel might be forced into signing another striker for Chelsea as Romelu Lukaku continues with his struggle for goals.

The Belgian will miss two to three weeks out injured after the game against Malmo at Stamford Bridge where he was removed in the first half.

Karim Adeyemi is now the target as other top clubs have also been alerted about the possible availability of the Nigerian and German man.

Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel might consider making the move as he was reported to have hint on the club signing another striker.

Karim Adeyemi is likely to be available for around €22 million which is a bargain for any team looking to make the move happen when the window opens.

Red Bull Salzburg might be also looking to ask for more when the offer starts coming in for the player who has been on top form this season.

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