Fabrizio Romano provides update on free agent being linked with Spurs and Liverpool

Fabrizio Romano has revealed that rumoured Tottenham target Daichi Kamada is yet to make a decision on his next destination.

Kamada has been in excellent form for Eintracht Frankfurt this season, having scored 13 goals and provided five assists across 2022-23 but the attacking midfielder’s future at Deutsche Bank Park is in doubt as he will be a free agent in June (Tansfermarkt).

Fabrizio Romano
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Sport 1 journalist Christopher Michel reported last week that the Japanese international had decided that he will not be renewing his contract at Frankfurt as he wants to leave on a free transfer at the end of the season.

90 min then revealed a couple of days ago that the race for Kamada’s signature is heating up ahead of the summer, with Spurs alleged to be facing competition from Liverpool, Manchester City, Newcastle United, Barcelona and Paris Saint-Germain for the player’s services.

Romano has now confirmed that the 26-year-old is attracting interest from a whole host of clubs around Europe and that the midfielder expected to make a decision ‘later this year’.

The journalist told CaughtOffside: “Daichi Kamada’s contract expires in June, this is why there are many clubs linked and interested. Nothing is advanced or decided yet, there are clubs in England, Italy and Germany keeping an eye on him. But the feeling is the decision will be made later this year.”

Spurs Web Opinion

I would be extremely surprised if Spurs do not show interest in Kamada, especially since he looks likely to be available on a free transfer.

I feel that that Japanese midfielder is a much better fit for Conte’s system than someone like James Maddison owing to his versatility and his work rate off the ball.

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