Eintracht close to signing Muani replacement

By Rune Gjerulff   @runegjerulff

Sky Germany reports that Eintracht Frankfurt have reached an agreement with Viktoria Plzen forward Rafiu Durosinmi.

Eintracht boss Markus Krösche.
Eintracht boss Markus Krösche. Photo: GEPA Pictures/Roger Petzsche

Eintracht Frankfurt have apparently made a breakthrough in their search for a replacement for Randal Kolo Muani, who joined Paris Saint-Germain just before the summer transfer window closed.

According to Sky Germany, the Bundesliga side have reached a verbal agreement with Viktoria Plzen striker Rafiu Durosinmi.

Final negotiations are said to be underway with the 20-year-old’s club, with a fee of around €8-10 million likely to be agreed for a January move.

Durosinmi has scored nine goals and provided six assists in 19 appearances for Viktoria Plzen this season.

It’s even possible that Eintracht will sign another striker in addition to Durosinmi. According to Sky Germany, the club are in advanced talks with Panathinaikos’ Fotis Ioannidis, who is also being linked with Stuttgart.

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