By Rune Gjerulff@runegjerulff

Report: Leipzig waiting for Gladbach response on Sørloth offer

RB Leipzig are reportedly waiting to see if Gladbach want to sign Alexander Sørloth or not.
RB Leipzig are waiting for Borussia Mönchengladbach's decision on whether to make an offer for Alexander Sørloth.



According to Sky Germany, Gladbach can't afford to signthe Norwegian forward on a permanent basis.

Therefore, RB Leipzig have proposed a loan deal, which includes a double-digit purchase option, with 'Die Roten Bullen' now waiting for a response from their Bundesliga rivals.

Gladbach have been looking at other strikers as well, but their negotiations with Osijek's Dion Beljo have stalled, while Bayern's Joshua Zirkzee is more likely to move to Bologna or Anderlecht.

Sørloth has also been linked with FC Köln, but 'The Billy Goats' can't meet the Norwegian striker's wage demands.

The striker has attracted interest from Turkey too, but reports claim he is not too keen on a move to the Süper Lig.

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