From the first ten matchdays in the Football Bundesliga, Eintracht Frankfurt emerged as one of the biggest disappointments. Only a single game has been won, the Hesse is currently ranked in 15. The previous development continues, it is more in 2021/2022 rather around the league instead of the European Cup. On the management level, the next big change is planned long ago.
In order to recover the commitment on a long time and to make a real change, according to a recent media report with six SGE stars no later than the next summer should no longer be planned.
For information on the Eintracht Image, for example, the time of Makoto Hasbe in the Eintracht jersey after the end of the season is finally over. The 37-year-old Altmaster has been under contract since 2014 at the Frankfurttern and was able to convince the Eintrachting leadership again and again from a whereabout in the club. Next year, but then 38 years should be finally finished.
In addition to the Japanese, with the 32-year-old Stefan Ilsanker, another routinean should leave the club in summer. According to the report of the magazine, the Frankfurters are currently doing no institutes to extend the working paper with the Austrian again. But Ilsanker still has an extension clause in his contract.
Should he come to 23 Bundesliga games, the contract will automatically be extended for another year. Currently he stands for four season games.
Eintracht Frankfurt: Da Costa and Barkok could go freery
Other contracts that run out in the main metropolis in the coming year are those of Danny Da Costa and Aymen Barkok. According to the current state, these two SGE stars will no longer have a future in the club and can go 2022 free shipping.
In addition, more or less should be clear that ex-world champion Erik Durm and striker Gonzalo Paciência should be sold after the ongoing season. Both are still under contract until 2023, but should not have a future in the club. The latter should actually be sold in this year and can be deleted from the salary list (should earn 2.5 million euros a year), but is still in the squad of head coach Oliver Glasner.
The fact is: In the office of Eintrachts board Markus Krösche it should be high in the coming months.