Daichi Kamada will be offered a new deal at Eintracht Frankfurt, says club boss Bruno Hübner.
|Daichi Kamada (left) chasing Willi Orban.||Photo: GEPA Pictures/Sven Sonntag|
Eintracht Frankfurt sporting director Bruno Hübner says the club would like to extend the contract of Daichi Kamada.
The offensive midfielder's current deal runs until 2021, and 'Die Adler' will be looking to tie him down to a new one.
"We would like to continue working with him. Especially in European games, he has shown that he can help us," said in an interview on Frankfurt's website.
"Daichi is an important, creative and scoring player, who can make the difference. We would like to extend his contract," he added.
Kamada has made 38 appearances in all tournaments this season, racking up eight goals and six assists.