Eintracht Frankfurt would be willing to let Filip Kostic leave if the right offer comes in for him, says club boss Fredi Bobic.
|Ademola Lookman (RB Leipzig) and Filip Kostic (Frankfurt).||Photo: GEPA Pictures/Roger Petzsche|
Eintracht Frankfurt boss Fredi Bobic won't rule out a summer move for Filip Kostic, who has previously been linked with Inter and clubs from the Premier League.
"Filip is happy here. He feels very comfortable with us, but it may also be that we are ready to release him," Bobic said, according to Goal.com.
"That depends not only on us, but also on the player. But I can imagine that he will play here next season: fans happy, players happy, me happy," he added.
According to reports, Eintracht Frankfurt turned down a €40 million offer from Inter for the Serbian winger last summer.
Bobic was also asked about Ante Rebic, who joined AC Milan on a two-year loan deal from Frankfurt last summer, and André Silva, who moved in the opposite direction on the same terms.
"We have agreed with the owner of Milan that we will get together soon and talk about the topic. I don't think Ante wants to get back to our salary level," said Bobic and continued:
"Andre knows that we are happy with him. He is also happy to be here in Frankfurt and can imagine staying longer."