Eintracht Frankfurt’s sports director Markus Krösche put a stop to a change from Randal Kolo Muani in the winter transfer window. The World Cup star is said to be courted by FC Bayern, among others.
“We will not sell Kolo Muani,” Krösche confirmed to the “kicker” on Tuesday on the sidelines of the Europa League winner’s training session.
The French “L’Equipe” had previously reported that FC Bayern had contacted the management of the 25-year-old center forward and expressed their interest in a commitment – but only with a view to the coming summer.
Manchester United’s intentions should be much more concrete and short-term. England’s record champions are looking for a successor to Cristiano Ronaldo.
A 60 million euro offer for a winter transfer of Kolo Muani is said to be in preparation.
Eintracht Frankfurt: Kevin Trapp also traded at FC Bayern
The change speculation about Eintracht Frankfurt’s professionals is currently not ending. Goalkeeper Kevin Trapp was also traded at FC Bayern – no need to worry for coach Oliver Glasner.
“It will be like that throughout January. A rumor here, a rumor there,” said the Austrian.
Krösche made it “quite clear” that the club would not give up any top performers, said Glasner. “We also have feedback from our players that they want to stay with us. Something extraordinary can always happen, but the conditions for us to stay together, which I think is very important, are good.”
After a “very good autumn” at the beginning of the year, Eintracht wanted to “take another step forward”, Glasner outlined the goals for the second half of the season. “It’s not that we want to get back to where we were, no, we want to get better. That has to be our goal and aspiration.”