Sky Germany journalist Florian Plettenberg has revealed that Eintracht Frankfurt have offered new contracts to Evan Ndicka and Daichi Kamada, who are both rumoured to be on Tottenham’s radar.
Ndicka’s stock has risen considerably over the last couple of years thanks to his impressive displays for Frankfurt, with Foot Mercato reporting in the summer transfer window that Spurs were the front-runners to snap up the versatile defender.
Kamada is also thought to be on the North London club’s wishlist, with The Daily Express reporting last month that Spurs and Leeds United are both willing to offer the attacking midfielder a deal if his contract at Deutsche Bank Park runs out next summer.
Both Ndicka and Kamada played all 90 minutes in Frankfurt’s 0-0 draw at home to Spurs on Tuesday, with Frenchman being particularly impressive in the way he dealt with the threat of Richarlison and Harry Kane from left centre-back.
Plettenberg has now taken to social media to reveal that the Bundesliga club have offered contract extensions until 2025 to both players, which would see the pair become their top earners.
News #Ndicka & #Kamada: Both players have written offers from Frankfurt. They can extend at least until 2025 anytime, would become top-earners. SGE wants to keep them but not at any price. Therefore the club takes the risk to loose them as a free agent in 2023. @SkySportDE 🇫🇷🇯🇵
— Florian Plettenberg (@Plettigoal) October 3, 2022
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Both Ndicka and Kamada will fit very well into Conte’s system. The 23-year-old showed on Tuesday that he is well suited to playing in a back three while Kamada’s versatility means that he could be used as a midfielder in a 3-5-2 or as part of the front three in a 3-4-3.
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