Eintracht Frankfurt: mega offer – SBU star makes decision about the future

 Eintracht star Djibril Sow (right) was courted with high salary offers. Eintracht star Djibril Sow (right) was courted with high salary offers. Bild: imago-images / camera4+

With the departure of Filip Kostić to the Italian club Juventus Turin Eintracht Frankfurt lost a top performer. Nottingham Forest have knocked on the door of another key player: Djibril Sow.

 Djibril Sow is a key player at SGE. Djibril Sow is a key player at SGE. Bild: Imago-Images / Christian Schroedter

After intensive negotiations with Nottingham, the offer is said to have even doubled, as ' Sport1 ' reported. The transfer fee would ultimately have been 20 million euros plus five to six million euros in bonuses. If the Frankfurters lose one of their top players who is convincing in central midfield, that would be for them Hesse hard to take.

Djibril Sow rejects mega offer from Nottingham Forest

The Frankfurters can now breathe a sigh of relief, because as 'Sport1' reports, Djibril Sow is said to have turned down the offer from the English after a lot of time to think about it, although he could have earned twice as much there.

Even if Sow is undoubtedly an important player for Eintracht, the club would not have put any obstacles in the way of their top performer if they had opted for Nottingham. They would have agreed on a change. And even top players are not unsaleable, as sports director Markus Krösche said in the spring.

Sow will in die Champions League

With Nottingham Forest, Sow would have been in the Premier League played. But the Champions League would not have been available for him there. With the Europa League victory, however, it is for Eintracht – and the premier class is what the Swiss national player dreams of. 'It was always my big goal to play in the Champions League with Eintracht,' he said at the training camp.

He is not done with Frankfurt yet. 'We have strengthened ourselves well and are ambitious,' he also said. Djibril Sow has signed his contract with SBU until 2024. The path is far from over.

Source: watson.de