To bolster their squad, Slavia Prague have set their sights on striker Quadri Adediran, currently with SK Dynamo Ceske Budejovice, Soccernet.ng reports.
Adediran moved from Dukla Prague to his current team in January after impressing in his first few months in the Czech Republic.
During his 18-month stint with Dukla Prague, Adediran displayed moderate form, securing three goals and contributing three assists in 23 appearances. His record at SK Dynamo Ceske Budejovice has not been prolific either, with the striker yet to find the back of the net in four games this season.
Despite his modest goal-scoring record, the 22-year-old has demonstrated an impressive all-around performance in attack.
This promising display caught the attention of Slavia Prague, prompting the club to send scouts to observe Adediran in action over the weekend.
Adediran made a halftime appearance from the bench during SK Dynamo’s clash with Viktoria Plzen, although the home team suffered a 2-5 defeat.
Even in the face of defeat, Adediran’s attacking prowess did not go unnoticed.
According to Budejcka, Sparta see him as a player of the right caliber, and they are gearing up to make an offer of €1 million (approx. ₦830 million) for his services. This valuation is a significant leap from his current market value of €350,000, according to Transfermarkt.
Born in Lagos, the forward has a contract with SK Dynamo that will keep him tied to the team until the end of June 2026.