Eintracht Frankfurt have agreed to sign Bröndby goalkeeper Frederik Rönnow. The 25-year-old has agreed a four-year deal, subject to a medical while reports suggest the fee to be around €2.8 million.
“We’ve been able to reach a positive conclusion to our talks with Bröndby IF and have also agreed terms with the player. We’ve ticked off an important box by signing Frederik Rönnow. We’re very happy with his qualities as a player and as a person,” said board member Fredi Bobic.
This comes after current No. 1, Lukas Hradecky, is yet to sign a contract extension with the Bundesliga club.