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New offensive power and two well-known wobbly candidates



The number one at Eintracht Frankfurt: Kevin Trapp.

With Andre Silva, Eintracht Frankfurt lost the absolute top scorer of the previous season, on the other hand, the Adler upgraded selectively. Nevertheless, there are some question marks. The squad check.

It was 0: 2 at the end of the first round duel in the DFB Cup from the perspective of Frankfurt Eintracht against third division Waldhof Mannheim. Head coach Oliver Glasner announced a “tough analysis” after the disgrace and just a few days before the Bundesliga hit against Borussia Dortmund (Saturday, from 6.30 p.m. in LIVE-TICKER).

At the same time he knows that his players “want to do better” against BVB – and have to. Because the weak performance in Mannheim did not do justice to the well-filled Frankfurt squad.

According to sports director Markus Krösche, not much will change about that either (“We are very satisfied, probably not much more will happen”). Nevertheless, one or two question marks arise when looking at the team.

Where could the Eagles still have some catching up to do and who could leave the club by the end of the transfer deadline? SPOX and goal do the squad check.

Eintracht Frankfurt: previous transfers 2021/22

Accesses Departures
Jesper Lindström (Bröndby IF, 7 million euros) Andre Silva (RB Leipzig, 23 million euros)
Jens Grahl (VfB Stuttgart, 250 thousand euros) Dejan Joveljic (LA Galaxy, EUR 3.5 million)
Christopher Lenz (Union Berlin, free transfer)

Frederik Rönnow (Union Berlin, 1 million euros)

Fabio Blanco (Valencia CF, free transfer)

Yannick Brugger (Admira Wacker, free transfer)

Rafael Borre (River Plate, free transfer) Rodrigo Zalazar (Schalke 04, loan)
Diant Ramaj (1. FC Heidenheim, free transfer) Ali Akman (NEC Nijmegen, loan)
Enrique Herrero Garcia (Villarreal CF, transfer unknown) Jetro Williams (Without Club)
Nils Stendera (Hessen Kassel, transfer unknown)

Eintracht Frankfurt – Tor: Trapp inviolable, youngster probably has a nose ahead

staff: Kevin Trapp (contract until 2024), Diant Ramaj (contract until 2024), Jens Grahl (contract until 2024)

Question mark: –

Candidates: –

With Trapp (31) the occupation between the posts is clear. The two newcomers Grahl (32) and Ramaj (19) are fighting for the place behind.

The cadre nomination against Mannheim could have given a little hint of who takes on the role of number two. There Ramaj took his place on the bench as a substitute keeper.

While the newcomer from Heidenheim has not yet played a professional game, Grahl played twelve Bundesliga games in the TSG Hoffenheim jersey.

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