By Peter Weis@PeterVicey

Borré's agent presses for January move: "We have to find a way."

Speaking to Argentine sports channel TyC Sports, Rafael Santos Borré's agent has issued strong words to Eintracht Frankfurt regarding his client's desire for a transfer. 
While Eintracht Frankfurt are reportedly waving away offer for Colombian striker Rafael Santos Borré and refusing to entertain any purchase  not in the €10-12 million range, the player's agent is going public with his grievances. Speaking to Argentina's TyC sports, Martín Araoz complained that his client is being held up by a stubborn club.

"Frankfurt had promised to give him minutes and they have not delivered," Araoz told the Argentine broadcaster recently, "The situation can cause him lose his place in the national team."

Borré has been supplanted by French striker Randal Kolo Muani in Oliver Glasner's starting XI. For Aaroz, Borré's contribution to the Europa League Champions last season merits better treatment. Araoz spoke on the offers Frankfurt have declined, holding the actions in contempt.

"They don't respect him and he doesn't deserve that after what he achieved last season," Araoz continued, "they don't want to sell or lend him, but we have to find a way. It's not about money, but about what's best for everyone from a sporting point of view."

The "Alfa management" representative called upon the European counterpart who represents Borré, Ton Caanen "CAA Base Ltd", to continue to work with the club in order to find a solution. Aaroz also insisted that both agents would continue to pressure the SGE.

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