Eintracht Frankfurt have warned interested clubs that Randal Kolo Muani will cost ‘more than €90m’ this summer.
Kolo Muani is a transfer target for a number of leading clubs across Europe after a brilliant debut season at Frankfurt. The forward signed for the Bundesliga side from Nantes on a free transfer last summer and has since emerged as one of the division’s breakout stars.
The 24-year-old has scored 13 league goals and laid on 10 assists, with no player in Germany’s top division having been directly involved in more goals.
His performances have seen Kolo Muani break into the France squad, while Manchester United, Newcastle, Napoli, Atletico Madrid, Barcelona, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich are all said to have monitored the forward this season.
The latter have been credited with a firm interest as the club look to sign a centre-forward, having failed to replace Robert Lewandowski with a direct replacement last summer.
However, Frankfurt CEO Axel Hallmann has insisted any side interested in Kolo Muani – who has 21 goals in all competitions – will have to spend big to sign him.
“Kolo Muani? When I look at the international market, I imagine a different number than €90m – more than this,” Hellman said, as per 90min.
“He has a long-term deal. My absolutely ideal scenario would be that he stays with Eintracht.”
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