With Randal Kolo Muani, Eintracht has landed THE transfer coup of the summer. The attacker came from Nantes on a free transfer and is one of the top stars of the first half of the season with 16 points. All the better that Muani has signed a long-term contract with no release clause.
This is reported by Sport Bild. The Frenchman's contract runs until 2027. Should Muani continue as before and attract the interest of top clubs, Eintracht can expect a record transfer fee.
At present, according to Sport Bild, the Frankfurters would only seriously consider any offers from a sum of 60 million euros. Internally, one even hopes that the striker can increase his market value to 80 or even 100 million in the long term. However, sports director Markus Krösche recently advised the 23-year-old to stay at least one more season with the SBU in the interests of his footballing development.
The future of the fast striker could also depend on the World Cup in Qatar. After Leipzig's Christopher Nknuku was injured, Muani was called up by Didier Deschamps. "Randal has many qualities. He radiates presence, runs deep and closes well," said the L'Équipe Tricolore coach, explaining the decision.
In the first group game of the French (4-1 against Australia), Muani was not used. However, should he be able to build on his Bundesliga performances in the course of the tournament, interested parties would probably get on the plan even faster than expected.
This article was originally published on 90min.com/de as Will Eintracht soon collect 100 million euros for this top performer? released.