With one year left on his contract, Daichi Kamada could be heading for the exit door at Eintracht Frankfurt, with Leeds United thought to be interested in the Japanese midfielder.
|Daichi Kamada.||Photo: Sven Mandel, Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 4.0|
Kamada is one of several Frankfurt players set to be out of contract in 2023, and unless he signs a new deal, Eintracht are likely to cash in on him this summer, especially now that Mario Götze has been signed to provide competition for places offensively.
"I basically do not want to go into the last year of the contract with any player. If they do not extend, the situation automatically arises that we have to sell. Therefore, one or two players could leave," Eintracht board member for sport Markus Krösche told Bild a few weeks ago.
25-year-old Kamada scored nine goals and provided four assists in 46 games for Frankfurt last season.