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Report:
Freiburg set minimum price for Robin Koch

By Laura Brandt

Freiburg will demand at least €10 million for Robin Koch this summer, according to Kicker.

Robin Koch celebrates a goal against RB Leipzig.
Robin Koch celebrates a goal against RB Leipzig.Photo: GEPA Pictures/Roger Petzsche

Robin Koch has openly said he's ready to take the next step in his career, and with his contract running until 2021, Freiburg are likely to cash in on him this summer.


But despite the expected drop in transfer fees due to the coronavirus pandemic, Freiburg will not the 23-year-old go unless the price is right, according to Kicker, who claims it will take an offer of at least €10 million to convince the Bundesliga club to sell Koch this summer.

Unless their minimum price is met, Freiburg should be ready to keep the German international for another season even if he would then leave the club on a free transfer in 2021.

After all, the probability of staying in the Bundesliga next season is higher with Koch. And another Bundesliga season would generate significantly more money than they would get from selling the 23-year-old.

Koch has been linked with RB Leipzig, Benfica and Napoli.


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