Rafael Borré wants to leave Eintracht Frankfurt when the transfer window opens, according to AS, who claims he has attracted interest from Spain and Italy.
Two clubs from Spain and one from Italy are said to have expressed interest in the Colombian striker, who has slipped down the pecking order at Deutsche Bank Park following Randal Kolo Muani's arrival.
For the time being, a loan move is being discussed, as Eintracht would demand a transfer fee of over 20 million to let Borré go on a permanent deal.
Borré, 27, arrived in the summer of 2021 on a free transfer from River Plate, is still under contract with Frankfurt until 2025.
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