As reported by Sky Germany, Premier League side Brentford are planning a new offer to Freiburg for 20-year-old winger Kevin Schade.
Freiburg have already rejected an opening offer of €15m from Brentford for Schade before the Premier League side made a second improved offer, which also didn’t meet Freiburg’s valuation for the German youth international. Per the report, Brentford want to improve their offer to over €20m.
Speaking in July, sporting director Klemens Hartenbach believes Schade will remain at the Bundesliga side in order to aid his development.
“Regardless of the contractual situation, we continue to see a harmonious balance between what Kevin can give us and what we can give him,” said Hartenbach. “I can’t predict how serious an interested club might be. So far, however, there have been no really serious attempts.”
Schade has four-years remaining on his current deal and was awarded his Bundesliga debut last season under Christian Streich – the German winger scored four and created one in 21 league games, helping Freiburg quality for a place in this season’s Europa League.