Transfers – Red Bull will continue to give him wings: Nkunku extends until 2026 in Leipzig

The announcement has the merit of having the effect of a nice surprise. At the end of an XXL season with nearly 35 goals and 19 assists in 50 matches in all competitions, Christopher Nkunku has aroused many desires in recent weeks. But the player trained at Paris Saint-Germain took everyone by surprise. This Thursday, in a video shot in … Paris, RB Leipzig formalized the extension of its striker until June 2026. The German press also evokes a new release clause set at 60 million euros.

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While his first two seasons at the RBL were already promising, the native of Lagny-sur-Marne has completely exploded this season. In a hybrid role of second striker or even striker, the 24-year-old, who arrived in Germany in 2019, opened the doors to the France team where he was also one of the few to ” swim” during the last gathering a few days ago.

A matter of trust

Coveted by the biggest European clubs, Chelsea, Manchester United, Liverpool and even his training club, PSG, Nkunku has favored stability and continuity and this, a few months before the World Cup in Qatar. “I am happy to continue wearing the RB Leipzig shirt. (…) I was really impressed with the way the club took care of me. I want to thank all those responsible for the trust and especially Oliver Mintzlaff, with whom I have always been in constant contact. RB Leipzig have made a name for themselves internationally in recent years and have repeatedly confirmed that we can play for titles.”

Titles, Nkunku still hopes to win with the RB. “After the success in the German Cup, everything was clear: my adventure does not end there and we want more!” While Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund have already sent great messages with their recruits, RB Leipzig proves that they will also have to be counted on. With Nkunku, the red bulls have some reason to believe it.

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