Eintracht Frankfurt: Amin Younes is not about to say goodbye to the SGE

A report from pictureAccording to the newspaper, Amin Younes should be thinking of saying goodbye to Eintracht Frankfurt and his adviser should talk to clubs from the Arab region. According to information from SPOX and goal however, there is nothing to do with this rumor.

Injury, bank seat under Adi Hütter, the broken dream of qualifying for the Champions League and now the non-nomination for the European Championship: there are difficult weeks behind Amin Younes. However, the playmaker, who is officially loaned to the Hessians by the Italian first division club SSC Napoli until June 30, 2022, is not thinking of leaving Frankfurt.

Nor does his advisor hold talks with Arab clubs. Younes’ first option is unity. “I have found my port,” said the 27-year-old in an interview with the at the beginning of May FAZ via the SGE.

This has not changed – despite the turbulent events since then. The Eintracht has a purchase option for the right foot, which should be around two to three million euros. Whether this will be pulled this summer is still questionable and depends on the plans of the new sports director Markus Krösche and the new, so far not yet found coach.

In the season’s final spurt, Younes no longer came to the train as usual at Eintracht under coach Adi Hütter. The reason for this is said to have been a dispute in the half-time break in Eintracht’s 2-1 victory over BVB. Then Younes was only five games later – in the embarrassing 3: 4 defeat of the SGE against Schalke 04 – back in the Frankfurt starting line-up.

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