Phillip Hinze of Sky Germany reports Brian Brobbey will be released from RB Leipzig training this week so that his German club can conclude a permanent transfer to Ajax Amsterdam.
|Brian Brobbey (left).|
Dutch striker Brian Brobbey may very well see his desire for a permanent transfer back to his native country fulfilled soon. Philipp Hinze of Sky Germany reports that the two sides are coming closer to an agreement to that will send the 20-year-old sent back to his youth academy club on a cash transfer.
Hinze notes that the young prospect will be released from squad training in the next couple of days whilst the two sides negotiate the final transfer fee. According to the reporter, the €9 million-valued player will not fetch the reported €15 million (some sources report as high as €25 million) price tag that the German Red Bulls have set.
When it comes to disaffected Leipzig loan returnees, RB head-coach Domenico Tedesco is on record as saying that he definitely wishes to keep Norwegian striker Alexander Sørloth around for a long look.
In an interview published in the Thursday print edition of German footballing magazine Kicker, Tedesco also stated that he needs more time before deciding whether Spanish/Guinean phenom Ilaix Moriba can play a role in his squad.
#RBL: Brian #Brobbey ist sich mit @AFCAjax einig. Ablösepoker läuft. Auf die zuletzt kolportierten 25 Mio. € wird es allerdings nicht hinauslaufen. Schwer vorstellbar, dass er am Dienstag in Leipzig trainiert. Der Transfer steht vor dem Abschluss. #RBLeipzig— Philipp Hinze (@philipphinze24) July 2, 2022