Eintracht Frankfurt: Million offer for SGE-Star rejected

For a few weeks, Jesper Lindstrom has been associated with a farewell to Eintracht Frankfurt. RB Leipzig is considered a potential buyer. But now the Saxons are said to have been rebuffed with an offer to the SGE.

As the “Bild” reports, RB Leipzig has made an official offer for Lindstrom. The third-placed player wanted to pay 25 million euros for the Eintracht offensive player.

But according to the report, the Frankfurters rejected the offer. The SBU is said to be demanding a transfer fee of between 30 and 40 million euros in order to let Lindstrom out of his contract, which runs until 2026.

Sports director Markus Krösche confirmed on Wednesday that RB Leipzig was trying to get Lindström’s services.

“It’s been around a bit longer. But we’re relaxed, because no decision can be made without us. And the interest has no effect on the final,” he said before the DFB Cup final between Frankfurt and Leipzig to the “Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung “.

Eintracht Frankfurt signed Lindström in July 2021 for seven million euros from Brondby IF in Copenhagen. The fast midfielder scored seven goals in 27 games in the 2022/2023 season. He also provided four assists.

Does BVB also get involved with Lindstrom?

The “Sport Bild” had already reported last week that a move to RB Leipzig is an option for Lindström.

If you believe the Danish newspaper “Ekstra Bladet”, Borussia Dortmund have also put out feelers to Lindstrom.

Liverpool FC, Tottenham Hotspur, Newcastle United, Arsenal FC from the English Premier League and the Italian representatives SSC Napoli, Juventus Turin and Inter Milan have already been said to be interested.

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