Randal Kolo Muani breaks the silence: he wants to leave Eintracht this summer

The turmoil in the futures market has started to make waves and in the midst of this whirlwind, Randal Kolo Muani has decided to step up. The French striker has expressed his desire to leave Eintracht Frankfurt this summer in search of a new challenge that will further boost his promising career.

Last season was a real stepping stone to the Bundesliga for Kolo Muani and he proved his worth with 15 goals and 11 assists. In addition, his outstanding participation in the World Cup with the national team has made him a sought-after player on the transfer market.

Randal Kolo Muani breaks the silence: he wants to leave Eintracht this summer

Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) have their sights set on the young forward and consider him a priority target. The French capital club have opened talks with the likes of Ousmane Dembélé and Gonçalo Ramos at the time. Kolo Muani had kept his intentions a secret until recently and weighed his options carefully.

However, according to RMC Sport, the secret is no longer being kept. Kolo Muani has informed Eintracht Frankfurt officials about his desire to explore new horizons. Although the news was feared by the German club’s management, they had prepared for it and explored options with other strikers such as Montpellier’s Elye Wahi.

Aware of the value they have at Kolo Muani, Eintracht Frankfurt had put a high price tag to deter potential suitors, including Bayern Munich. With the public declaration of his intention to leave, Kolo Muani throws his letter in favor of facilitating negotiations between the clubs involved.

This announcement not only sparks new conversations between interested teams, but also gives Eintracht Frankfurt the opportunity to maximize the value of a player who still has a lot to offer at 24. With his contract running until 2027, Kolo Muani presents himself as a valuable asset in the transfer market chess, leaving fans wondering where he will go next and how he will continue his exciting story in the world of European football.

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