As reported by BILD, Eintracht Frankfurt have offered Daichi Kamada and Evan Ndicka new contracts until 2026 with a significant salary increase – the duo have 6 months remaining on their current deals.
Eintracht bosses have been trying to get Kamada and Ndicka to sign an extension for the last 18 months and per the report, sporting director Markus Krösche is at his financial limit. Both would receive a salary between €2.5m and €3m, a significant increase, which would put them in the top earners alongside Kevin Trapp and Mario Götze.
SGE remain optimistic about signing Kamada (26) to a new deal. The Japan international has attracted interest from Borussia Dortmund, Barcelona and Tottenham Hotspur, all of whom can offer double the salary that Eintracht can. BILD also report that Kamada wants to take the next step in his career, but with Champions League football still in the offing, remaining at Die Adler may be a possibility after Oliver Glasner persuaded him to stay.
As for Ndicka, both Arsenal and Juventus have shown previous interest in signing the Frenchman and should he leave this month, Eintracht Frankfurt would expect to receive a fee of a reported €15m.
Both players are integral to SGE, but they know they can’t compete with the salary some clubs can offer.
GGFN | Daniel Pinder