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Reports:
Kostic "very likely" to join Juventus, HSV have sell-on clause

By Rune Gjerulff   @runegjerulff

Reports suggest Eintracht Frankfurt star Filip Kostic is likely to join Juventus this summer – and should he leave, Hamburger SV will reportedly receive a part of the transfer fee.
Filip Kostic.
Filip Kostic.Photo: Sven Mandel, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0
Sport1 reports that Filip Kostic is "very likely" to leave Eintracht Frankfurt for Juventus this summer.


The 29-year-old wide man is said to be keen on a move to the Serie A giants, who have reportedly offered him a contract until 2025 worth €2.5 million per season.

Per Sport1, Juventus are planning to make an opening bid of €12.5 million, but Eintracht are holding out for a fee closer to €20 million.

Should Kostic leave, Frankfurt will have to pay five percent the transfer fee to his former club Hamburger SV, who have a sell-on clause for the Serbian international, according to Bild.

So far, however, Juventus are apparently yet to contact Frankfurt about the 29-year-old.

"We haven't heard anything from Juventus yet," emphasized Eintracht board member for Sport Markus Krösche in an interview with Wiesbadener Kurier.



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