Frankfurt have been 'dealing intensively' with Max Kruse, says Fredi Bobic
Eintracht Frankfurt boss Fredi Bobic admits the club have looked into the possibility of signing Max Kruse.
Eintracht Frankfurt have explored the possibility of signing Max Kruse, who is available on a free transfer after leaving Werder Bremen, club boss Fredi Bobic admits.
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"We have been dealing intensively with him," Bobic told podcast 'Der Sechzehner', according to Fussball.news.
"He's a great player, and at the age of 31, he would still be a real asset to any club," said the Eintracht board member.
While Kruse doesn't cost a transfer fee, the striker demands a reported fee of €6 million a year in wages which would make him the clear top earner at Frankfurt.
And as Frankfurt don't want to do "crazy things" on the transfer market, Bobic says he doesn't "see any real chance of signing him at the moment".
Nevertheless, Frankfurt still haven't given entirely up on signing the 31-year-old, according to Fussball.news.
Recently, Kruse has been heavily linked with a move to Fenerbahce by Turkish media.