Hertha BSC are said to be interested in signing Filip Kostic from Eintracht Frankfurt.
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Hertha BSC are understood to be looking into the possibility of bringing Eintracht Frankfurt wide man Filip Kostic to Berlin.
The German capital club have agreed a reported €20 million sale of Jhon Cordoba to Russian side Krasnodar. And, according to Bild, the Hertha bosses, led by former Frankfurt chief Fredi Bobic, now want to use that money to fund the signing of Kostic, who would cost around €30 million.
Asked about Hertha's alleged interest in Kostic, Frankfurt board member for sport Markus Krösche commented:
"I can't say anything about it, there is no offer at all. Filip knows exactly what he has in us."
Inter and Roma have also been linked with a move for Kostic.
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