USA midfielder Tyler Adams signs an extension contract with RB Leipzig that will see the young player remain with the club until 2025.

From NY to Leipzig

The United States midfielder, Tyler Adams, made his long-term future at RB Leipzig. Signing an extension with the Bundesliga club, which lasts until 2025. In January 2019, the American International moved from New York Red Bulls to Germany. Playing in the 2018-19 league in the second half of season 10. A groin injury limited his accessibility in the current campaign, although on December 21, the 21-year-old midfielder returned to defeat Augsburg 3-1. “I am glad that I extended the contract with RB Leipzig until 2025 and continue to be part of this fantastic, ambitious club.”

The philosophy and style of the club suit Tyler

“During the time that has passed here, I have developed a lot as a player and as a person. The philosophy and style of the club’s game suit me, and I love everything the city has to offer.” I want to thank the club and my family for everything they have done to support me so far. “I will continue to work hard every day to achieve both my and the goals of the club. We still have a lot ahead, and I look forward to continuing to work with the squad and the managing staff to achieve our goals RB Leipzig was full of praise for the all-round player, equally comfortable in the right flank and the middle of the field. Sporting director Markus Krosche said that Tyler was perfect for club etiquette.

Adams has a fantastic mentality

“Adams is a very desiring and bright player who has already shown how versatile he is and what fantastic mentality he brings to the team,” he said. “We are pleased that we can provide his services until 2025, especially since we know that he is not yet at the end of his development and, of course, has the potential to become a key player for us.” He perfectly suits us and our philosophy, and we look forward to continuing a successful trip with him. “At present, Leipzig is in second place in the Bundesliga table, only three points behind the leaders of Bayern Munich. They have a lead 1-0 from his first match with Tottenham in the game of the 16th round of the Champions League and on March 10, the second stage at home.