Eintracht Frankfurt are still convinced it will be possible to sign Kevin Trapp from PSG. Meanwhile, 'Die Adler' are still keeping tabs on Sebastian Rode and Martin Hinteregger.
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Eintracht Frankfurt are still expecting Kevin Trapp to join the club permanently from Paris Saint-Germain, Sport Bild reports.
However, PSG don't want to sell the 29-year-old, who spent last season on loan at Frankfurt, before they have signed a replacement for him. Currently, the goalkeeper position is not a priority to them, though.
Meanwhile, Frankfurt are also still keeping tabs on Borussia Dortmund's Sebastian Rode and FC Augsburg's Martin Hinteregger who both played for the club on loan in the second half of last season.
Rode is currently fighting to recover from a knee injury, and Frankfurt want to see if he can return to full training without any problems before making further advances.
In regard to Hinteregger, negotiations with Augsburg seem to have hit a snag. According to Sport Bild, Frankfurt would be willing to pay €12 million for the centre-back, but Augsburg are holding out for a fee closer to €15 million.
Hannover 96's Waldemar Anton is considered an alternative to Hinteregger if it turns out that it won't be possible to reach an agreement with Augsburg.
On the departure side, Sebastien Haller is set to sign a five-year deal with West Ham later today after passing his medical in London, Sky Sports understands.
According to Sport Bild, Ante Rebic wants to leave the club, but no club have made an official offer for the Croatian international so far. He has mainly been linked with Atlético Madrid.