Kevin Trapp is looking likely to depart Eintracht Frankfurt this summer.
|Kevin Trapp.||Photo: Sandro Halank, Wikimedia Commons, CC-BY-SA 4.0|
Eintracht Frankfurt goalkeeper Kevin Trapp is actively searching for a new club, according to Sport Bild.
Real Betis and Hertha BSC are among the clubs being linked with the 30-year-old, who would reportedly cost at least €7 million.
Earlier this month, Eintracht Frankfurt chief Wolfgang Steubing admitted that Trapp could leave Commerzbank-Arena this summer, "because the market situation is difficult" in light of the corona crisis.
The club's sporting CEO, Fredi Bobic, has since stressed that Trapp hasn't been put up for sale, but like any other Eintracht Frankfurt player, he isn't "unsaleable".
"I haven't put Kevin Trapp on the market. We are not dissatisfied with him. He's our number one. The big competition here pushes Kevin. He's a face for Eintracht Frankfurt. There's no real goalkeeper market right now, but we know that players like Kevin are always in demand. At Frankfurt, nobody has ever been unsaleable. But at the same time, we don't say everyone can go," Bobic told Bild.
Should Trapp leave Frankfurt, Frederik Rønnow could be given the chance in goal for the 2020/21 season.