SC Freiburg has decided to sell Kevin Schade. Among his competitors in the Breisgau region was Roland Sallai. With regard to the Hungarian, however, there have been rumors of an exit for some time. However, this is likely to be difficult now.

Roland Sallai has experienced a steep climb up the career ladder in recent years. The right wing convinced both at SC Freiburg and as a top performer in the Hungarian national team. He was able to increase his notoriety in particular with a brace in the Nation League against the Three Lions. Accordingly, the player, who has changed advisors several times in recent months, has already seen himself at a Premier League club.

With a change, however, it is difficult. The player is contractually bound to Freiburg until 2025 and the SC is currently not thinking of letting the player go. According to kicker information, the people of Breisgau have already rejected a possible change in winter. After the Schade sale, the loss of a second offensive player would be problematic. Even before the Schade deal, Freiburg apparently demanded a sum for Sallai that should come close to the 20 million euro mark. A buyer in this area was not found. The Hungarian will definitely have to wait until the summer and even then it won’t be that easy with a deal. He was not able to do any real self-promotion in the first half of the season due to injury. A win-win situation may arise from the Schade departure; Sallai gets more playing time again and can put himself in the shop window, which means that Freiburg could stick to the high transfer fee.

This article was originally published on as Despite a pity leaving in the winter? The stand published by Roland Sallai.