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Eintracht Frankfurt: training strike! Filip Kostic wants to force a change



Eintracht Frankfurt: training strike!  Filip Kostic wants to force a change

Filip Kostic obviously wants to leave Eintracht Frankfurt. As the SGE confirmed on Friday via Twitter, the 28-year-old did not appear for the final training session before the game with Arminia Bielefeld (Saturday, 3:30 p.m.).

“Eintracht will forego Filip Kostic in the Bundesliga away game tomorrow, Saturday. The midfielder stayed away from today’s final training session,” wrote the association and also made it clear that the Serb had a valid working paper until June 30, 2023.

Previously, Kostic had submitted his change request to sports director Markus Krösche. “Of course Filip’s approach irritates us very much,” said Krösche Image-Zeitung: “We have always got to know him as a strong personality, so we are very surprised at his behavior. Especially because he still has an ongoing contract with us and there is no offer. Eintracht Frankfurt does not allow itself to be put under pressure. “

Last Thursday, coach Oliver Glasner also assumed that his number ten would remain.

According to reports from Italy, Kostic plans to join Lazio. The Romans have therefore already contacted the adviser of the left wing player. A specific offer should also be loud hr-sport not yet available.

According to reports, Kostic is still frustrated by missing the qualification for the Champions League in the preseason, the Hessen landed in fifth place. In addition, he feared that Eintracht will not reach the goal of the premier class in the near future. With Lazio, he expects other options.

Eintracht Frankfurt: A lot of money for Kostic – Younes stays

As a transfer fee, Frankfurt is likely to demand 25 to 30 million euros for Kostic. So there would be enough money to react again on the transfer market.

In addition, Glasner can still rely on Amin Younes. Corresponding reports that the midfielder’s move to Saudi Arabia had failed SPOX and confirm the goal.

Eintracht had already accepted an offer from Al Shabab worth four million euros a few days ago before Younes rethought.

The 28-year-old had sought a conversation with Krösche at the beginning of the week to inform him of his decision. He seemed very surprised because he had already planned the income for new players.

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