Jesper Lindström arouses desires on the island. Eintracht should be ready to negotiate in the summer and sense a high transfer fee.
Eintracht Frankfurt are ready to sell attacker Jesper Lindstrom in the summer. That reports sky. Accordingly, the Hessians hope for a transfer fee of 50 million euros for the Dane, whose contract runs until 2026. However, a fee of between 35 and 40 million euros is said to be more realistic.
Lindstrom is one of the most valuable players at SBU. Rumors of change about the 23-year-old have been circulating for months. While he was initially traded as a newcomer to Borussia Dortmund and Arsenal FC, according to sky Liverpool FC also show interest. There was contact with both top English clubs. Liverpool coach Jürgen Klopp had described a summer transfer offensive with England as “inevitable”.
Eintracht is already preparing for a Lindstrom departure and, according to media reports, is about to be transferred from Omar Marmoush: the 24-year-old is to come from VfL Wolfsburg on a free transfer.
Eintracht Frankfurt: Lindstöm once came for seven million
Lindström played for Taastrup, Fodbold and Vallensbæk in his youth before moving to Danish giants Bröndby in 2013. There, the attacking midfielder made the leap to the pros in 2019 and joined the Frankfurt team after winning the 2021 championship. They transferred seven million euros to Copenhagen for him.
Lindström appeared in 31 competitive games for Oliver Glasner’s team this season. The nine-time Denmark international scored nine goals and provided four assists. In 2021 he won the Europa League with Eintracht.