By Peter Weis@PeterVicey

Report: PSG play poker with Frankfurt bid for midfielder

According to PSG correspondent for Goal.com, Eintracht Frankfurt have seen an initial bid for a central midfield prospect rejected.
French journalist Marc Mechenoua (PSG correspondent from Goal) reports that Eintracht Frankfurt's interest in 21-year-old central midfielder Eric Junior Dina Ebimbe has manifested itself in the form of a concrete offer. The €5-million-valued player--also linked with SC Freiburg is, according to Mechenoua, worth at least double that to the Parisian Ligue 1 Champions.

The Stains-native netted six tallies and chipped in another five assists for three Ligue 1 and 2 clubs over the course of three seasons. It might still be possible for Eintracht to come to terms with PSG on a loan arrangement (the youngster has already been loaned out twice by his parent club), a performance-incentive transfer fee, or possibly a deal with either a resale or buyback clause.

PSG will likely still be interested in doing something with their prospect in the final year of his current contract. Ebimbe has been linked with a move to Leverkusen that evidently fell through last winter, as per France's RMC Sport.

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