Fredi Bobic and Bruno Hübner remain as busy as ever this transfer-deadline weekend. This morning they officially introduced Amin Younes on the club's twitter feed. Additional moves are in the works.
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Eintracht Frankfurt confirm that their pursuit of former national team player Amin Younes has resulted in a deal. The 27-year-old from Düsseldorf will join die Adler on a two-year-loan.
The club claims that there are no fees attached to the loan, but concede that there does exist a purchase option. It cannot be confirmed whether the option is voluntary or compulsory.
While the SGE bring one former national team player in, another one appears headed out. Twenty-eight year old fullback Erik Durm was actually on Joachim Löw's 2014 World Championship roster.
Former Dortmund prospect Durm returned to the Bundesliga last year after two years at David Wagner's Huddersfield Town in the English Premiership. He featured only 15 times (mostly in late relief) for Frankfurt last season, simply not finding his way into coach Adi Hütter's plans.
Italian transfer expert Gianluca Di Marzio claims Durm will be loaned to Parma in the Serie A for a fee of €2 million. German journalist Christopher Michel stops short of corroborating this, noting that there are presently loose discussions with several clubs concerning Durm and that no deal has been made.