According to German publication Frankfurter Rundschau, Eintracht Frankfurt would listen to offers of less than £10 million for alleged Tottenham target Daichi Kamada.
Kamada made 32 Bundesliga appearances for Frankfurt last season, scoring three goals and providing 4 assists (TransferMarkt).
The 24-year-old also played a starring role in his side’s Europa League victory, scoring five goals and assisting once as Oliver Glasner’s men eventually triumphed over Rangers on penalties (TransferMarkt).
SportBild initially reported that Spurs were interested in Kamada and could look to seal a summer transfer as they seek to add a creative midfielder to their ranks.
Frankfurter Rundschau now claim that the Japanese international could be allowed to depart the Eagles for under £10 million.
This cut-price fee is said to be due to the midfielder’s contract expiring in 2023 and, as Frankfurt do not want to lose him for free next summer, they have decided to cut their losses early (Frankfurter Rundschau).
Spurs Web Opinion
From what I have seen of him, he is a hard worker and could be a useful utility option for Antonio Conte’s system.
However, I think that Spurs should be aiming higher and looking to improve the quality of the starting eleven. With Christian Eriksen available on a free, a move for Kamada, even at a cut-price would seem odd.
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