Eintracht Frankfurt could lose up to three key players as they are being targeted by other football clubs.
Eintracht Frankfurt sporting director Markus Krösche recently admitted that the club might lose Filip Kostic, Daichi Kamada, and Evan Ndicka, as they all look to ply their trades elsewhere.
In a recent interview with Sport Bild, he said: “We will not prevent anything as a matter of principle, because it’s p, the art of our philosophy to let players go if the financial conditions fit – even if it hurts to lose important players and people”.
”As for Filip Kostic, who has been linked with a move to Italy in particular, a decision will be made soon”, he added.
“It’s up to him to decide whether he leaves, stays, or extends his contract beyond 2023”.
Eintracht Frankfurt recently won the UEFA Europa League trophy after beating a Scottish side, Rangers in the final. They will be playing in the UEFA Super Cup against Real Madrid, who won the Champions League after beating Liverpool 1-0 on May 28.
Kostic was an important part of the team that won the Europa League. The 29-year-old Serbian scored three goals and provided six assists in twelve appearances during their Europa League winning campaign. He is currently valued at €24m. He was also named Eintracht Frankfurt’s Player of the Year.
Daichi Kadama and Evan Ndicka were also integral to Frankfurt winning the Europa League.
Daichi Kadama, the 25-year-old Japanese international scored 9 goals and provided 5 assists for his teammates in 45 appearances for Frankfurt. Daichi Kadama has a market value of €24m.
On the other hand, Evan Ndicka who plays as a defender still manage to score 4 goals and provide 4 assists in 42 appearances for the German club, with series of dominant displays in defence from the 22-year-old French defender.
Evan Ndicka will be available for around €32m.
The club will look to cash in on them this summer as their contracts will all be expiring next summer.
Reports circulating from Germany actually reveals that Frankfurt have offered a new contract to Kostic worth €4m a year and are waiting for him to make his final decision ahead of next season in the German Bundesliga.