Since arriving in Frankfurt, Randal Kolo Muani has taken Eintracht by storm. Top clubs from all over the world have long been interested in the French. So far it was said that the attacker wanted to leave the SGE in 2024 at the earliest. According to a media report, however, there are signs of a turnaround in this regard.
Anyone who is directly involved in 28 goals in 29 missions naturally arouses desire. And when, like Randal Kolo Muani, you also become a France international, the really big names start queuing up.
For Eintracht Frankfurt, a possible summer transfer of the top scorer did not seem to be an issue until recently. “We want to continue on this path with him. I’m convinced that Randal will play with us again next season,” Frankfurt’s sporting director Markus Krösche recently told “Bild”.
According to the 42-year-old, it would be good for the vice world champion to “stay with us for a few more years. He’s an outstanding guy and a very, very good player, but just at the beginning. There are many areas in which he can develop further. He can do that with us,” emphasized Krösche.
Appropriately, Kolo Muani’s then consulting agency MDC also announced in December via “Sport Bild” that the shooting star did not want to and should not change in 2023.
Eintracht Frankfurt calls for 100 million euros – FC Bayern in the race?
But the same “Sport Bild” is now reporting on a U-turn at Kolo Muani. Accordingly, the 24-year-old, whose contract on the Main is valid until 2027, could be sold as early as next summer.
The high-flyer, who arrived on a free transfer from FC Nantes, has further boosted its market value through participation in the World Cup and the strong start to the new Bundesliga year.
It is also striking that the goalgetter recently had a new advisor. His newly hired agent Moussa Sissoko is said to have the best connections to the top teams in Europe.
Offers from Manchester and Liverpool are said to be expected after the season, and Paris Saint-Germain and Real Madrid are also conceivable as buyers. It is currently unclear whether FC Bayern also wants to get into poker.
What is certain, however, is that the SBU would call for an internal club record fee for Kolo Muani. “If we should give him up at some point, the club must have very large and relatively full pockets,” announced Krösche.
According to “Sport Bild”, the Hessians’ pain threshold is around 100 million euros.