Premier League: Adams moves from RB Leipzig to Leeds United

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    Soccer professional Tyler Adams is moving from Bundesliga club RB Leipzig to Leeds United in the Premier League. RB coach Domenico Tedesco has confirmed this.

    Soccer professional Tyler Adams is moving from Bundesliga club RB Leipzig to Leeds United in the Premier League. RB coach Domenico Tedesco has confirmed this.

    “He said goodbye to us and to the team yesterday,” said the 36-year-old after training, “accordingly, the topic is through.”

    Full fee

    According to a Sky report, the Saxons collect up to 23 million euros including bonuses for the 23-year-old American. In Leeds Adams meets his compatriot Jesse Marsch again. He was released as a Leipzig coach in December and was then hired by the northern English club, with which he just barely managed to stay up.

    Adams played 24 games for the Bundesliga club last season, but only half of them from the start. He moved to Leipzig from the New York Red Bulls in January 2019.

    In addition to Adams, Yvon Mvogo, Fabrice Hartmann, Noah Ohio and Joscha Wosz were also absent from training on Tuesday. All were released individually due to discussions about their sporting future, as the club announced.

    Hoping for Laimer

    On the other hand, Tedesco hopes Konrad Laimer will stay. The Austrian international is flirting with a change. “Konni feels good,” said Tedesco, “he’s just our player, and that’s how we plan.”

    The 36-year-old also had to do without Christopher Nkunku, Dani Olmo, Benjamin Henrichs, Lukas Klostermann and André Silva, who are free until the end of the week and will then start with performance diagnostics. The national players Peter Gulasci, Willi Orban, Emil Forsberg, Konrad Laimer and Hugo Novoa were there at the beginning of the second phase of preparation for the new season.