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Bundesliga transfer rumors: are Eintracht Frankfurt and Borussia Mönchengladbach threatened with a sell-off?

The transfer window in Germany is open until January 31. So there is still enough time for the clubs to strengthen. SPOX looks at the main rumors of the ongoing winter in the German top flight.

Not included in this series are the transfer activities of FC Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund. We have covered the two clubs in separate rumor books.

Josko Gvardiol (RB Leipzig)

The young defender is on the roster of several top European clubs. Paris Saint-Germain, FC Barcelona, ​​Real Madrid and Manchester City – they are all expected to take care of the 20-year-old.

A departure from Leipzig in winter is still unlikely. On the one hand, Gvardiol himself stressed that he only wanted to deal with his future next summer, on the other hand, the Saxons forbade a change.

“I am in contact with his agency, there are very transparent discussions. Our position is very clear. He will certainly not leave us in winter,” said new RB Leipzig sporting director Max Eberl. “We are definitely planning with Josko for the next year and a half.” The Croatian’s contract runs until 2027. Nevertheless, he could leave Leipzig by clause for more than 110 million euros in the summer of 2024.

Randal Kolo Muani (Eintracht Frankfurt)

The top flight of the current Bundesliga season was only recently allowed to travel with France to the World Cup in Qatar and was also able to convince with a few wild card appearances. No wonder then that it arouses desires.

In addition to FC Bayern Munich, which according to information from sky but would prefer to focus on Harry Kane, Manchester United would be particularly interested.

At Eintracht Frankfurt, however, they are relaxed and confident that they can keep the striker at SGE for a while. “I’m not worried. The club has already explained that we don’t want to lose any of our players and best players. He himself has already positioned himself by saying that he wants to stay with Eintracht – at least until Sommer. When the two teams say it gives me a good feeling,” said Eintracht coach Oliver Glasner.

Sporting director Markus Krösche went even further and said Kolo Muani was not for sale. When asked if Frankfurt wouldn’t become weak even with a €100m offer for Kolo Muani, Krösche replied in an interview. sky determined: “Yes, that’s how it is! We’ve made it clear that we don’t want to sell the top performers. There’s no reason for that. It will stay that way.”

Evan N’Dicka (Eintracht Frankfurt)

The cards of the French defender are a little less good for the SGE. His contract only runs until next summer. There are also a few European heavyweights in the draw, including Juventus, FC Barcelona and AC Milan.

How? ‘Or’ What sport1 signaled, but successively waved the last clubs exchanged and refrained from any transfer. According to the report, the 23-year-old’s adviser is claiming a total envelope of 50 million euros for his client. This includes: A five-year contract with an annual salary of seven million euros plus a bonus of 15 million euros.

Tim Skarke (Union Berlin)

After Sebastian Polter’s injury, FC Schalke 04 had to switch to attacking position. The Royal Blues have their eyes on Skarke. “We haven’t checked the transfer of Tim Skarke yet, but it’s not for us alone to decide. We keep our eyes and ears open,” said S04 sporting director Peter Knäbel.

“In my opinion, a second striker can join the team even later than, for example, a defensive player. The more attacking the position, the greater the individuality on the pitch,” continued Knäbel. Several outlets have recently reported that Union are very reluctant to give up on the striker.

Jonas Omlin (HSC Montpellier)

The keeper would only be a problem if Yann Sommer leaves Bayern. There’s currently not much to say for a summer outing in winter, but if Bayern were to increase their offer further, Gladbach would likely become weak.

Then Omlin would be Gladbach’s preferred candidate. The 28-year-old would have Photo would have cost around seven million euros. He is under contract with his current club until 2024.

Marcus Thuram (Borussia Moenchengladbach)

Top European clubs are also lining up for the Gladbach striker. FC Bayern recently held back, but FC Barcelona, ​​FC Chelsea, Manchester United and Newcastle United are also said to be interested.

However, the Gladbachers wouldn’t collect a transfer fee, after all Thuram’s contract expires next summer. A contract extension not appearing for the moment in sight, a change at the latest at the next transfer window is likely.

Manu Koné (Borussia Monchengladbach)

Gladbach’s negotiating position is more comfortable with the midfielder. Koné’s working document is dated June 2025, so Borussia have no pressure to sell him.

Nevertheless, there are a few clubs interested, most notably Liverpool FC, Chelsea FC, Newcastle United and Paris Saint-Germain who are keen to welcome Koné into their own ranks.

The midfielder made his Ligue 1 debut aged 18 and in 2021 Gladbach put nine million euros on the table. The France Under-21 international has immediately established himself as one of Borussia’s finest players, and he has played in 14 of 15 Bundesliga games so far this season.

Niclas Plein Pichet (Werder Bremen)

The SV Werder Bremen striker recently made a name for himself with a change of adviser. Does anyone want to prepare for a club change? Füllkrug is not “currently” considering leaving Bremen, but he hasn’t explicitly denied a move to another club.

“Until, of course, something concrete is on the table and Werder can say: that would be attractive for us as well,” the striker said. baby foot“So we have to talk about it. You can never rule that out one hundred percent.”

“I don’t want to hope for it, but if things go really badly, on the last day of the transfer window, you will have to wonder if something will work out somewhere,” coach Ole Werner wants to prepare. Case. According to various media, top clubs from Germany, England and Italy are showing concrete interest.

Georginio Rutter (TSG Hoffenheim)

Premier League clubs are said to be vying for the attacking player’s services. In order to be able to think about his future, TSG Hoffenheim recently released the Frenchman from training.

“Georgi faces a big problem which keeps him very busy,” Hoffenheim professional football director Alexander Rosen said during the Albufeira training camp: “On our side it’s about dealing with a youngster responsibly and so we have decided that he should not fully train with the team at the moment.”

Rutter has made 17 appearances for Hoffenheim this season, scoring two goals. His contract at Hoffenheim runs until 2027, so TSG would receive a transfer fee in the event of a transfer.

Diego Demme (Napoli)

With VfB Stuttgart and Bayer 04 Leverkusen, two Bundesliga clubs are dealing with the 31-year-old. The ex-Leipzig player has hardly any luck at SSC Napoli so the player would like to leave the club.

“Of course he wants to play more. With all due respect to Napoli, if he could play more he would be happy,” adviser Marco Busiello told Italian radio. The extent to which VfB in particular could afford the midfielder seems questionable.

It would also be possible to sit out his contract, which runs until the end of June 2023, and seek a new employer this summer.

Moussa Diaby (Bayer 04 Leverkusen)

According to English media, the 23-year-old is Newcastle United’s dream player. The Magpies are apparently already preparing an official offer, but there is no confirmation on this yet.

Diaby is contractually tied to Bayer Leverkusen until the summer of 2025, so a move is expected to be expensive for Newcastle. Despite the team’s poor performances, the Frenchman is having a good season again and was directly involved in 12 goals in 25 games.

Konstantinos Mavropanos (VfB Stuttgart)

Atletico Madrid would be interested in the Stuttgarter, like this Photo reported. The Greek seems to be scoring with Atletico manager Diego Simeone with his aggressive style of play and standard quality with two goals for the season.

Stuttgart will probably be reluctant to let the defender through to the other side. He was only signed by Arsenal FC last summer. The Greek’s contract therefore runs until 2025.

On the players’ side, on the other hand, we are open to a change of club. Something could happen even in winter. “I don’t know the interest from other clubs. My head is only in Stuttgart,” said the Greek. baby foot.


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