‘Supernatural’ Manchester United and Chelsea Target Could Make Bundesliga Move After Agent Meeting

Benjamin Sesko

According to Fabrizio Romano, the interest in Red Bull Salzburg and Slovenian international striker Benjamin Sesko continues to mount. RB Leipzig director Oliver Mintzlaff, who is also an important figure at Red Bull Group, is due to meet the striker’s agent Elvis Basanovic with the hope of convincing the “supernatural talent” to join his team.

The task of persuading him to stay in the Austrian Bundesliga will not be easy with Manchester United and Chelsea both interested, although he could also make a move to the Bundesliga with RB Leipzig, on a path many have taken before him.

Benjamin Sesko: ‘Supernatural Talent’ Continues to Attract Interest From All Over Europe

Fascinating Week in Store Regarding the Future of the Young Striker

As reported recently by Fabrizio Romano, Sesko will not decide his future until all proposals have been considered, with Chelsea and Manchester United both interested in the RB Salzburg forward. 

Both Premier League clubs have endured somewhat frustrating transfer windows missing out on key targets, meaning they will be keen to sign this young ‘attacking monster’ with both teams having held meetings with the player’s agent.

The Austrian side have remained adamant that they wish to keep him for at least one more season, with the Slovenian international signing a five-year contract last summer. Despite the new deal, the interest in the player from a number of top clubs could see him sold this summer.

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What Sesko Will Bring to Potential Suitors

Sesko possesses many attributes desired by managers looking to improve their attacking options. He is physically dominant, with significant pace making him a nightmare to mark, much like Erling Haaland

He has already impressed on loan at FC Liefering, scoring 22 goals in 44 games in the Second League from 2019-21. Sesko also has 13 goals in 41 games for RB Salzburg, which includes five in as many games in last season’s Austrian Cup. 

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