German club, Union Berlin, have expressed their willingness to let Taiwo Awoniyi leave the club just twelve months after he joined from Liverpool permanently.
But the club will only do business with any club willing to part with 30 million euros for the super eagles’ striker.
Union paid Liverpool only €6.5 million euros to sign Taiwo Awoniyi last summer after the 2013 under -17 world cup winner impressed on loan.
Awoniyi has never hidden his preference for the world’s most glamorous league, and several reports have linked him to Newcastle united, West Ham united, and Southampton.
Should any of these sides cough out €30 million for Awoniyi, would become the most expensive sale union berlin has ever conducted.
The irons’ most expensive departures are Robert Andrich and Sebastian Andersson at 6.5 million euros each.
Union berlin will not block Awoniyi’s dream move to England, with the club’s sporting director Oliver Ruhnert confessing that a massive transfer fee will be difficult to reject.
Awoniyi has already smashed in 17 goals in all competitions for the irons, and, at the weekend, he became the club’s all-time top scorer in the Bundesliga with his winning goal against FC Cologne.