The traditional Italian football club Lazio Rom is apparently vying for Eintracht Frankfurt’s Filip Kostic. This is what the Gazzetta dello Sport reports. The Romans are said to have offered the offensive player a five-year contract with an annual salary of 2.5 million euros, and around 20 million euros are being discussed as a transfer fee for the Serbs.
Kostic (28) is the preferred candidate for Rome’s coach Maurizio Sarri. A few weeks ago, Kostic was also associated with Lazio’s city rivals AS Roma.
On Tuesday, Eintracht announced the commitment of winger Jens Petter Hauge (21) on loan from AC Milan and thus reacted to the departure of Andre Silva (RB Leipzig). The three-time Norwegian international first signed a contract for one season with Eintracht, then the SGE has a purchase option.