Christopher Michel of German broadcaster Sport1 reports that Eintracht Frankfurt have some specific stipulations in mind as they prepare to entertain offers for Colombian striker Rafael Santos Borré.
Randal Kolo Muani’s emergence as Eintracht Frankfurt’s lead striker has reportedly left the 27-year-old center-forward disappointed with his role at the Rhein-Main club. The German Eagles have nevertheless emphasized that they wish to keep the Colombian striker on the books.SGE sporting director Markus Krösche, in line with previous statements on the matter, recently reiterated that he and the administrative team had no intention of letting “any regulars” go during the coming January transfer window.
Head-coach Oliver Glasner also stressed that he needed “every last bit of this roster’s quality” for the second half of the league, cup, and European campaign in a recent interview with German footballing magazine Kicker. Borré may not be a regular starter anymore, but he has still made 22 appearances (mostly in relief) for the German Adler this season. The notion of potentially letting Borré go would constitute a fairly significant course reversal for Frankfurt.
Christopher Michel of German broadcaster Sport1 currently reports that the Krösche and the club front office are at least prepared to listen to offers under certain conditions. The SGE wants at least €10 million 20-times-capped Colombian international. Michel further notes that the club has ruled out any sort of loan deal and wishes to deliberately avoid any offers from Bundesliga competitors. The German football journalist also reports that, as of yet, there are no concrete offers in front of Krösche.
Not much action is expected on this front until the World Cup concludes.