Benjamin Sesko, the talented 21-year-old Slovenian striker, has made a decision about his future.

Benjamin Sesko has chosen not to move. Despite strong interest from several top European clubs such as Arsenal, AC Milan, PSG, Chelsea, and Manchester United, Sesko has opted to extend his stay at RB Leipzig, according to renowned journalist Fabrizio Romano.

The past season has been remarkable for Sesko, who impressed with 31 appearances and 14 goals in the Bundesliga. These exceptional performances have caught the attention of Europe’s biggest clubs, but the young striker has ultimately decided to continue his development with the German club.

To convince him to stay, RB Leipzig has offered him a new contract with a significant salary increase. Additionally, an informal agreement has been reached between the player and the club to facilitate a potential transfer in the future.

However, the transfer window is not over, and the situation with Benjamin Sesko remains open. His release clause is set at just over €60 million.

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