Kevin Trapp and Filip Kostic are a few of the players, who could leave Eintracht Frankfurt this summer.
|Kevin Trapp.||Photo: Sandro Halank, Wikimedia Commons, CC-BY-SA 4.0|
Eintracht Frankfurt are ready to listen to offers for Kevin Trapp and Filip Kostic to fill the financial gap left by the coronavirus crisis.
"I'm not ruling out selling Kostic and Trapp because the market situation is difficult," Eintracht Frankfurt chief Wolfgang Steubing told Bild.
According to Bild, Frankfurt would consider selling Kevin Trapp if a club were to bid €7 million, which is what they paid to turn the goalkeeper's loan move from Paris Saint-Germain into a permanent one last summer.
Kostic has reportedly had a price tag of at least €30 million slapped on him, but Frankfurt have received no offers for the Serbian winger yet.
It's also not out of the question that Frankfurt could let Evan N'Dicka and Daichi Kamada go, as per Bild.
The German media outlet claims it would take an offer of at least €13 million to make Frankfurt consider selling N'Dicka, who has been linked with a move to Paris Saint-Germain.
Kamada, who has been stalling on an extension of his contract, which expires next summer, would cost at least €12 million.