The move to ADO Den Haag in the Eredivise turns out to be spot on for Austrian keeper Martin Fraisl: Dutch top clubs are now trying to attract the 27-year-old.
After a rather unpleasant departure from FC Sandhausen, the former FAC keeper moved to ADO Den Haag in the Netherlands in January 2021. And there Fraisl impresses with top performances that could open further doors for him.
PSV Eindhoven (2nd) and Feyenoord (5th) are said to have submitted contracts to the Austrian – his contract with The Hague ends in the summer, so Fraisl would be available for free. “I was able to distinguish myself and play in the limelight,” says Fraisl about the Krone – he is said to have already turned down a contract extension with The Hague.
Before that, the Haaglandse Football Club Alles Door Oefening Den Haag, or ADO Den Haag for short, should ideally, but not necessarily, keep the class: “Keeping up is no longer the big goal internally. A US investor had that two months ago I bought the club, but stated that the relegation would not be a drama. Something should be built up in the long term. ” Six counters are already missing on the safe bank.