2. Benjamin Sesko (RB Leipzig)
A recent fall in stock should perhaps make this transfer financially feasible.
Once labelled ‘the next Erling Haaland’, Benjamin Sesko has found himself on the Leipzig margins since the arrival of Lois Openda and started just three of their 16 Bundesliga matches this term, accumulating a paltry 344 minutes in that time.
But peripheral status does not reflect his talents as the Slovenian registered 20 goal contributions (16 goals) in 30 league appearances last campaign and drew Haaland comparisons for a reason, with his height (1.94m), electrifying pace and clinical touch rendering him a complete striker in the making.
Although RB Leipzig’s Champions League progression will affect our chances of acquisition, his lack of game time should at least invite some negotiations.
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