Eintracht Frankfurt striker Kolo Muani has reportedly offered himself to Real Madrid through his management, according to several newspapers in Spain.
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Real Madrid is searching for an additional center forward this summer and is said to have Muani on their wishlist. The 24-year-old French international is also rumored to be interested in moving to the Spanish capital and has reportedly approached Madrid through his management, as reported by Marca.
Muani caught the attention of the public this season by shining at the World Cup in Qatar with France. The striker signed a long-term contract with Frankfurt last year, joining the club on a free transfer from FC Nantes. In a short period, Muani has attracted interest from some of the biggest clubs in Europe, making it increasingly unlikely that he will stay in Frankfurt.
Madrid faces competition from several clubs in their pursuit of Muani. Bayern Munich and Manchester United are also reported to be highly interested in securing the services of the forward. Meanwhile, Frankfurt is delighted with the situation, as they are expecting a significant transfer fee for Muani. The German club is said to demand at least 80 to 90 million euros for the striker, who is contracted with Frankfurt until 2027.
Frankfurt will hope that all interested clubs follow through with their interest and initiate a bidding war. Until then, it remains to be seen if any clubs will make concrete offers for the striker. Frankfurt themselves finished disappointingly in seventh place this season, missing out on European football.