Eintracht Frankfurt not only threatens to lose stars like Evan Ndicka or Daichi Kamada. It looks like Ben Manga is also about to move to England.
In the recent past, the SBU director has discovered Ndicka, Kolo Muani, Tuta, Touré and Borre and convinced them to switch. The results of the past few years and the present prove that manga isn't too bad at its job. According to Sky, the 48-year-old is therefore referred to as "diamond eye" in the Frankfurt area. Losing the "transfer scout" would of course be a setback for Eintracht. This applies in particular because there is likely to be a lot of movement again in the coming transfer phases. However, it can be assumed that the club will not put any obstacles in the way of the deserving director. Sky expects things to start moving this week. Maybe then it will also come to light which English club it is actually about.
This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as Ben Manga before moving to England: Will Frankfurt lose its "Diamond Eye"? released.