Eintracht boss reiterates desire to keep Borré despite criticism from agent
By Rune Gjerulff @runegjerulff
Eintracht Frankfurt have reiterated that Rafael Borré will not be going anywhere this month despite recent criticism from the player's agent.
|Markus Krösche.||Photo: GEPA Pictures/Roger Petzsche|
"They don't respect him and he doesn't deserve that after what he achieved last season," Araoz told TyC sports.
"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."
Eintracht Frankfurt board member for sport Markus Krösche has now reacted to the statements, insisting that Borré will stay beyond the January transfer window.
"I can't quite understand what was said. I believe that he feels comfortable with us. He is a very important player for us who will get his playing time. We don't want to sell Rafael Borré," Krösche told Sky Germany.
"We want to keep the team together. Therefore, there is no intention of letting him go from our side at all."