In what comes as a potential blow to Tottenham’s rumoured pursuit of Eintracht Frankfurt duo Evan N’Dicka and Daichi Kamada, the club’s chief financial officer has insisted that they do not have to sell any players this summer.
Reports indicate that central defence and central midfield are both seen as priority positions to address by the North London club this summer.
Some sources from Germany (Bild via TBR Football) have suggested that Spurs could strengthen both areas by raiding Frankfurt, who could lose some of their stars including N’Dicka and Kamada after missing out on Champions League qualification.
The report claims that Spurs ‘want’ the French defender this summer and are one of several clubs interested in the Japanese midfielder, who has scored 5 times and assisted 15 in the league this season.
However, Frankfurt chief Oliver Frankenbach has sent a warning to those interested in their assets by insisting that the club could hold on to all of their players.
Speaking about the speculation surrounding Frankfurt striker Andre Silva’s future, Frankenbach Hessenchau: “Silva is definitely one of the hottest strikers in the European market. (But) we don’t have to sell a player.”
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