Transfer rumours: Are Eintracht Frankfurt and Borussia Monchengladbach in danger of being sold out?
The transfer window in Germany is open until January 31. So there is still enough time for clubs to strengthen themselves. spox Takes a look at the biggest rumors this winter in Germany’s top flight.
This series does not include the transfer activities of Bayern Munich and Borussia Dortmund. We’ve dealt with both clubs in separate rumor pools.
Josco Guardiol (Leipzig)
The young defender is on the list of several major European clubs. PSG, Barcelona, Real Madrid and Manchester City – they all have to deal with the 20-year-old.
Getting out of Leipzig in the winter is still not possible. On the one hand, Gvardiol himself emphasized that he only wants to deal with his future next summer, and on the other hand, the Saxons issued a ban on switching.
“I am in contact with his agency, there are very transparent discussions. Our position is very clear. He certainly will not leave us in the winter,” said RB Leipzig’s new sporting director, Max Eberl. “We are definitely planning with Jusco for the next year and a half.” The Croatian’s contract runs until 2027. However, he can leave Leipzig on condition for more than 110 million euros in the summer of 2024.
Randall Kolo Mwane (Eintracht Frankfurt)
The professional players of the current Bundesliga season were not allowed to travel with France to attend the World Cup in Qatar, and they also knew how to impress them there by appearing a little joker. Therefore, it is not surprising that it arouses desires.
In addition to FC Bayern Munich, which, according to information from sky But Preferably focus on Harry KaneHe should be particularly interested in Manchester United.
But at Eintracht Frankfurt they are comfortable and confident they can keep the striker at SGE for some time. “I’m not worried. The club has already made it clear that we don’t want to lose any of its players and senior players. It has already positioned itself by saying that it wants to stay with Eintracht – at least until Sommer. When both teams say this, it gives me a good feeling,” said Eintracht coach Oliver Glasner.
Sporting director Marcus Kroch went further and declared Kolo Muani not for sale. When asked if Frankfurt would not become vulnerable even with a €100m offer for Kolo Muani, Krösche answered in an interview sky Hazem: “Yeah, that’s the way it is! We’ve said clearly that we don’t want to sell any of our top performers. There’s no reason for that. It’s going to stay that way.”
Ivan Ndyka (Eintracht Frankfurt)
The cards of the French defender are slightly worse for the SGE team. His contract only lasts until next summer. There are also some European heavyweights in the draw, including Juventus, FC Barcelona and AC Milan.
How do Sports 1 Reported, but successively nullified the last clubs traded and abstained from transfer. According to the report, the 23-year-old’s advisor is demanding a total package of €50m 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 Skark (Union Berlin)
After Sebastian Poulter was injured, FC Schalke had to upgrade to the forward position. Royal Blues eyes on Skarke. “We haven’t finalized Tim Skarke’s transfer yet, but it’s not up to us alone. We’re keeping our eyes and ears open,” S04’s sporting director Peter Knebel said.
Knepel continued: “In my opinion, a second striker can join the team even later than, say, a defensive player. The more offensive the position, the more individual the personality on the field.” Several media outlets recently reported that Union was very reluctant to part with the striker.
Jonas Omlin (HSC Montpellier)
The guard will only be in The case of Jan Sommer leaving Bayern Munich is a case. There isn’t much to say currently about a summer exit into the winter, but if Bayern increase their bid again, Gladbach could potentially become vulnerable.
Then Ummlin would be Gladbach’s candidate of choice. The 28-year-old would Build It reportedly cost around seven million euros. He is under contract with his current club until 2024.
Marcus Thuram (Borussia Monchengladbach)
The big clubs from Europe are also waiting for the Gladbach striker. Bayern Munich recently declined to make a commitment, but Barcelona, Chelsea, Manchester United and Newcastle United are also said to be interested.
However, the Gladbachers will not be collecting a transfer fee, after all, Thuram’s contract expires next summer. A contract extension is not currently on the horizon, and a change is likely in the next transfer window at the latest.
Manu Kone (Borussia Monchengladbach)
Gladbach’s negotiating position is more comfortable with the midfielder. Kony’s worksheet is dated June 2025, so Borussia has absolutely no pressure to sell him.
However, there are some interested clubs, particularly Liverpool FC, Chelsea, Newcastle United and Paris Saint-Germain who would like to welcome Kony to their ranks.
The midfielder made his Ligue 1 debut when he was 18 years old, and in 2021 Gladbach put nine million euros on the table. The France Under-21 international has established himself as Borussia’s top player right away, and has played 14 of their 15 Bundesliga matches so far this season.
Nicklas Full Pitcher (Werder Bremen)
The SV Werder Bremen striker has recently drawn attention to himself by changing his advisor. Is there anyone who wants to prepare for a club change? Füllkrug is not “currently” considering leaving Bremen, but has not explicitly denied a move to another club.
“Until, of course, something concrete is on the table and Werder might say: ‘That would also be attractive to us,'” said the striker. Kicker: “Then we have to talk about that. You can’t rule that out 100 percent.”
“I don’t want to hope so, but if things go really badly, on the last day of the transfer window, you’ll have to think if something is going to work out somewhere,” coach Uli Werner said he wants to be ready at any time. Issue. According to various media reports, top clubs from Germany, England and Italy are showing tangible interest.
Georginio Rutter (TSG Hoffenheim)
It is said that there are clubs from the English Premier League vying for the services of the attacking player. In order to be able to think about his future, TSG Hoffenheim recently released the French player from training.
Hoffenheim’s director of professional football, Alexander Rosen, said at the training camp in Albufeira: “Georgi has a big problem that keeps him very busy. On our part, it’s about taking responsibility for a young man and so we’ve decided that he shouldn’t train fully 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 will collect a transfer fee in the event of a transfer.
Diego Deem (SSC Neapel)
With Stuttgart and Bayer 04 Leverkusen, two Bundesliga clubs deal with the 31-year-old. The former Leipzig player rarely gets a chance at Napoli, so the player would like to leave the club.
Chancellor Marco Bosello started the rumors on Italian radio that “Of course he wants to play more. With all due respect to Napoli, if he can play more he will be happy”. How well VfB in particular can handle the midfielder seems questionable.
It will also be possible to terminate his contract, which runs until the end of June 2023, and to look for a new employer in the summer.
Moussa Diaby (Bayer Leverkusen 04)
According to the English media, the 23-year-old is Newcastle United’s dream player. It appears that the Magpies are already preparing an official proposal, but there is no confirmation on that yet.
Diaby is contractually linked to Bayer Leverkusen until the summer of 2025, so the move should be costly for Newcastle. Despite the team’s poor performance, the Frenchman is once again having a good season and has been directly involved in 12 goals in 25 matches.
Konstantinos Mavropanos (VfB Stuttgart)
Atletico Madrid is said to be interested in the Stuttgarter stadium, like that Build mentioned. It seems that the Greek is scoring with Atletico coach Diego Simeone, with his aggressive style of play and standard quality, with two goals this season.
It is possible that Stuttgart would be reluctant to let the defender go to the other side. He was only signed by Arsenal last summer. The contract for Greece thus runs until 2025.
However, on the player’s side, he is open to a club change. Something can happen even in winter. “I don’t know how interested other clubs are. My head is only in Stuttgart,” the Greek player told the Hellenic Democracy. Kicker.