Eintracht Frankfurt: Premier League club wants to get top players in winter

Eintracht Frankfurt is playing the Champions League for the first time this season. Image: IMAGO images/Beautiful Sports

Carla Hermel

Eintracht Frankfurt won the Europa League last season and thus sensationally qualified for the Champions League. Since then, the players of the SBU have been able to present themselves on the really big stage. Apparently, this has now sparked the interest of an even bigger club in a regular player from Frankfurt.

Despite the transfer period just ended, the clubs are already considering possible new player transfers. For Eintracht Frankfurt, this could be a chance to make a lot of money – but at the same time mean a painful exit.

Top club interested in Lindstrom

According to information from “picture“Arsenal London is said to have kept an eye on an offensive man from Frankfurt and have already sought contact with his advisors.

Jesper Lindstrøm only came to the Bundesliga almost a year ago – and since then has more than doubled his market value. For seven million euros, the Frankfurters brought the Dane to them in the summer of 2021, now they could ask for 17 million euros for him.

The current Premier League leaders would have the budget for such a deal. In addition, Arsenal should not only look for an offensive newcomer for the coming season, but for this winter.

Eintracht Frankfurt has to fear losses

In his time at Eintracht Frankfurt, Jesper Lindstrøm has scored five goals and provided five assists in 49 games. The 22-year-old was rarely injured and consistently delivered good performances. His contract does not expire until the summer of 2026, which would ensure Eintracht a high transfer fee in the event of a change.

With a view to the not unlikely departures of top players like Evan Ndicka or Daichi Kamada, the club could also need this money. Because if Ndicka, with a market value of 32 million euros, changes free of charge after his contract ends in June 2023, it would hurt Eintracht both financially and sportingly.

In addition, Daichi Kamada’s contract, which now has a market value of around 22 million euros, will expire next summer.

(crl)

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