Germany's Sport Bild reports that talks between relegated SV Werder Bremen and Eintracht Frankfurt for the possible sale of Milot Rashica have taken on a concrete figure.
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Bremen's sale of Kosovar winger Milot Rahsica seems to be only a matter of time. According to an article recently published in Germany's "Finance Magazine" the Hanseaten need to quickly generate net transfer revenues of approximately €9.4 million in order to secure a license for the 2. Bundesliga.
This could be easily be accomplished in one fell swoop if a sale of the club's most marketable asset can be arranged. A sale of Rahica, who despite declining form could still potentially fetch upwards of €15 million on the market, obviously takes precedence.
Germany's main sporting tabloid reports that new Eintracht Frankfurt sporting director Markus Krösche presently engages in concrete discussions with the second-tier side for a €12 million transfer. The newspaper further speculates that this may be a proactive attempt to replace Filip Kostic, whom the latest rumors have linked with moves to Inter Milan, Juventus, as well as Hertha.
Krösche reiterated on Thursday that he had specific cases to make to both Kostic and André Silva before a departure for either one could be considered.