Thursday's Bundesliga gossip
Marco Fabian is among the Eintracht Frankfurt players who have been told to look for a new club while Hertha BSC's Jordan Torunarigha has drawn attention from several clubs. Today's Bundesliga gossip is here!
Tottenham winger Georges-Kevin N'Koudou is set to join Mainz on loan (Sky Sports).
Meanwhile, another Tottenham winger - Marcus Edwards - has drawn interest from Wolfsburg (Fussballtransfers).
Josuha Guilavogui could have left Wolfsburg this summer. "I had an exit clause, and there have been offers. Of course, then you deal with something like this. But I feel very well in Wolfsburg, my family too," he said. The midfielder also confirmed that Benfica was among the interested clubs (Kicker).
Bayern München coach Niko Kovac has given Sebastian Rudy permission to leave the club. The German international has been linked with RB Leipzig and Schalke 04. Read more about that here (Sport1).
Marco Fabian, Simon Falette and Marijan Cavar have no future at Eintracht Frankfurt. Coach Adi Hütter has confirmed that they have all been told to look for a new club (Sky).
Marc Stendera is also among the Eintracht Frankfurt players who are looking for a new club. According to Stendera's agent, Sascha Bürger, there are currently on-going negotiations with two Bundesliga clubs. "Although we are in good with negotiations with two Bundesliga clubs, Marc will stay if it doesn't work. Then we will look again in the winter," he said (Bild).
Borussia Dortmund are still to sign a new striker this summer. Apparently, the striker should be 'an experienced, robust player from the middle price segment'. A loan deal is not out of the question (Kicker).
Hertha BSC centre-back Jordan Torunarigha has drawn attention from Eintracht Frankfurt, RB Salzburg and AS Monaco. However, until now, Hertha have declined all offers for the 21-year-old (Bild).
The transfer saga involving Ademola Lookman continues. With the German transfer deadline nearing, Everton are holding out for a transfer fee of €30 million. However, RB Leipzig only want to pay €20 million for the young winger (Bild).