Eintracht Frankfurt boss Wolfgang Steubing (chairman of the supervisory board) has confirmed that the Bundesliga club have made an offer to make Kevin Trapp’s loan from PSG a permanent move.
“We have made an offer for Kevin. He would like to stay with us. He’s the third choice goalkeeper for the national team and 28 is a good age. If he commits himself to us, it shows that he puts his heart and soul in playing for Eintracht,” Steubing told Bild.
It was reported on Sunday by our colleagues at Soccer Link via Get French Football News that the Bundesliga club have submitted a €10m offer.