Eintracht Frankfurt duo Evan Ndicka (23) and Daichi Kamada (26) have received written offers from the Bundesliga club to extend their contract until at least 2025, as reported by Sky Germany’s Florian Plettenberg.
French central-defender Ndicka had interest from Italian champions Milan throughout the summer but the player opted to remain in Frankfurt with no offer arriving from the Serie A club.
Ndicka has been ever-present in Eintracht’s defence this season, playing 12 games across all competitions. Since his €5m from Auxerre in 2018, Ndicka has played 151 games.
As for Kamada, it was reported at the end of September that SGE may find it difficult to extend the contract of the Japan international with the Hessen club unable to compete with the financial capabilities of other European clubs. Like Ndicka, the attacking-midfielder has entered the final year of his contract and per Plettenberg’s report, the duo could earn a reported salary of around €4m including bonuses.
GGFN | Daniel Pinder