Eintracht Frankfurt continues to equip the offensive after the departure of top striker Andre Silva. As announced by Hessen, winger Jens Petter Hauge (21) is on loan from AC Milan to Main. The three-time Norwegian national player first signs a contract for one season, then the SGE has a purchase option.
Markus Krösche sees this transfer as “the next important piece of the puzzle” for a successful season. Hauge has “in addition to a high speed, the ability to solve offensive one-on-one situations and thus radiate goal danger from all offensive positions,” praised the sports director.
“Eintracht Frankfurt is a big club with a long tradition and has already caused a stir internationally,” said Hauge himself: “I have followed the appearances in the Europa League and can hardly wait to wear the Eintracht jersey from now on.”
Hauge made his debut in the Norwegian first division at the age of 16, and in 2020 he moved from his hometown club FK Bodö / Glimt to Milan. In his debut season in Serie A, the offensive player made 18 appearances and scored two goals. However, he never played over 90 minutes.