As reported by Kicker, Eintracht Frankfurt have received two offers for Colombian forward Rafael Borré, both of which were loan offers from River Plate and UANL Tigres.
SGE Sporting Director Markus Krösche has rejected both approaches and would prefer to keep Borré at the club and only if they receive a fee higher than €10m, would they then be tempted to sell.
Borré has a contract until 2025 but has played just 400 minutes of Bundesliga football this season across 14 games, scoring and creating one – the Colombian lost his place to Randal Kolo Muani, who has impressed following his arrival from FC Nantes in the summer, scoring five and creating 10 in the league.
It was suggested last month that Eintracht would be open to selling the Borré, but only if they receive a significant offer, which is now what’s being reported by Kicker.
Borré remains a favourite amongst the fans following his Europa League performances last season and at 27, is younger than Lucas Alario (30), who is also unhappy with playing time, and therefore SGE would still be able to collect a commendable fee, should they wish to do so.
GGFN | Daniel Pinder