Retrieved 10 May 2020, 22:56 IST
The Bundesliga Arabic Leipzig is unlikely to leave the next transfer window after the diet is canceled because, according to his agent, no large sums of money will be left in the market.
A defender in France’s Under-11 international claim, Manchester United, Arsenal and Real Madrid have all joined his services.
German rivals Bayern Munich were thought to be leading the race for his signature before the suspension of most of Europe’s domestic leagues as a result of the Coron virus epidemic.
However, due to the COVID-19 crisis, the financial situation of several big hitters of European football remains unclear, so Vokekar Struth, a representative of Upamekana, thinks that his client will stay for the time being.
Speaking on Sport 1, he said: “I don’t believe in big transfers this summer and I think Upamekano is a player who will demand big fees.
“So the statement has already been made.”
Germany’s top two tiers are set to resume next weekend to continue the 2019-20 season behind closed doors from the government.
The Bundesliga was the first major European league to secure a resumption plan after a suspended competition in March.