Bundesliga side, RB Leipzig are willing to sign Nigerian and Manchester City prospect Tosin Adarabioyo in the summer transfer market.
The Times reports that the 19-year-old defender is troubled over the absence of the first-team opportunities regardless of confirmations by Pep Guardiola before the begin of this season, and has decided to play for a club where he will get more game time.
Pep Guardiola believes the towering defender can have a big future at the Etihad Stadium having been awed by the defender performances since arriving at the Etihad Stadium.
Manchester City will try harder to secure the starlet taking after his good defending abilities; however, it is comprehended Adarabioyo is quick to address City’s manager with respect to his first-team pathway before focusing on another contract arrangement or listen to offer.
The underlying signs are promising given Adarabioyo’s run of form in the club’s B team but with competition for the first team places rife at City.
City was said to have held with his brother Gbolahan Adarabioyo who goes about as his official representative but the negotiation is said to have slowed down, with words circumventing that the Oluwatosin Adarabioyo won’t settle on a decision on his future till the season closes in May.
However, the defender who only has four caps with Manchester City is likewise on the radar of Paris Saint-Germain, Everton and Celtic.
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