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Kevin Trapp:
I didn't return to Frankfurt as a plan B

By Laura Brandt

Kevin Trapp has clarified his recent comments about his return to Eintracht Frankfurt from Paris Saint-Germain.

Kevin Trapp.
Kevin Trapp.Photo: Granada, CC-by-SA 4.0

It raised a few eyebrows when Kevin Trapp recently said he wanted to stay at Paris Saint-Germain following his return to France after a loan spell at Eintracht Frankfurt.

The 29-year-old ultimately returned to Frankfurt on a permanent deal, and he now makes it clear that he doesn't see the German club as a plan B by any means.

"Definitely not. The way it was interpreted kind of shocked me. I didn't mean for it to come across like that at all. But after spending a year on loan at Frankfurt, I had to go back to Paris. I still had a contract there and always approached it professionally," Trapp told Bild and added:

"It wasn't clear at the time what would happen. Besides, I had already said before that it wasn't my decision alone. It was also up to the clubs."

Trapp signed a contract until 2024 with 'Die Adler'.

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