Djibril Sow from Eintracht Frankfurt arouses desires in other clubs. The Swiss national player could soon leave the SBU - maybe even in winter?
According to information from the Bild newspaper, in addition to Nottingham Forest, Newcastle United and Arsenal FC have now put out feelers for the midfielder. Already in the summer, Nottingham wanted to lure Sow to the island and was willing to pay at least 20 million euros. However, the 25-year-old decided to stay on the Main.
At the same time, Sow made it clear that he still dreams of an engagement in England: "I've never made a secret of the fact that the Premier League is my wish and goal. It was also enormously lucrative for Eintracht Frankfurt. But my gut feeling decided that I'm staying here."
According to the picture, Eintracht will definitely not let the top performer go in winter. What it looks like after the season is another matter. Sow's contract expires in 2024. The summer is the last opportunity to collect a transfer fee for the right foot. At least if Sow doesn't renew his contract beforehand.
The native of Zurich is currently in action with Switzerland at the World Cup and meets Portugal in the round of 16 with superstar Cristiano Ronaldo. Sow is a fixture in the Swiss midfield and started all three preliminary round games.
This article was originally published on 90min.com as Three Premier League clubs dig Sow.