If Kamada leaves: does Frankfurt use BVB of all places?

It is now considered highly unlikely that Daichi Kamada will remain at Eintracht Frankfurt.

If Kamada leaves: does Frankfurt use BVB of all places?

It is now considered highly unlikely that Daichi Kamada will remain at Eintracht Frankfurt. The Hessians could, in search of a successor for the Japanese, use Borussia Dortmund, who is interested in Kamada.

It was heard from Italy on Thursday that Daichi Kamada is said to be about to make a free transfer to BVB in the summer. The report by Sportitalia, which attracted attention accordingly, can apparently be quickly shelved.

According to mostly much more reliable sources from Germany, such as Bild and Sky, a move to Dortmund is still possible, but it is definitely not imminent (90min reported). Sport1 reporter Christopher Michel, who has his ear close to Eintracht, also emphasized that the Japanese have "many options" and is flirting with a move abroad.

However, there is agreement in the respective reports on one aspect: Kamada will most likely leave Frankfurt. Although a contract extension has not yet been ruled out, it is widely regarded as very unlikely.

Speaking of foreign countries: According to the Frankfurter Rundschau, the 26-year-old is also under discussion at FC Barcelona. There is also another "top European club" that deals with him.

Overall, a change to another league seems to be much more realistic than joining Dortmund. Ironically, the SBU of the FR could find what they were looking for in search of a successor.

Markus Krösche is said to have considered Julian Brandt as a candidate. It is said that the midfielder would fit the profile sought.

Black and yellow would probably not really close themselves to a Brandt exit either. After all, he couldn't really take off at Borussia. Individual good performances were too often thwarted by clear phases of weakness. In addition, his contract expires in the summer of 2024, while a premature departure has already been discussed here and there.

It remains to be seen whether Eintracht really wants to get serious about Brandt. After all, the league competitor would have to “stretch itself to the ceiling” financially in order to complete the commitment. Of course, Dortmund would not want to strengthen the competition too easily.

This article was originally posted on 90min.com/de as When Kamada leaves: Does Frankfurt use BVB of all places? released.

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