According to sources, Manchester City is one of several major clubs throughout Europe that are considering making a deal for offҽnsive midfielder Daichi Kamada of Eintracht Frankfurt. Kamada currently plays for Eintracht Frankfurt.
Kamada, who has been an integral part of the Bundesliga club’s success in recent years, will see his contract at Frankfurt expire in the summer, which means that he is now free to discuss pre-contract agreements with clubs outside of Germany. Since Kamada has been such an integral part of the Bundesliga club’s success in recent years, he is now eligible to do so. The Japan international was instrumental in the team’s victory in the Europa League last season, and he currently has 13 goals and four assists in this season’s competition.
Since Kamada has made no sҽcret of the fαct that he is interested in starting a new project somewhere else, the question of whether or not he would finish out his term in Frankfurt before going elsewhere has been the subject of increasing amounts of conjecture. And also according to 90min, City are one of several European teams keeping an eye on the situation involving the 26-year-old player.
Elsewhere, Tottenham coach Cristian Stellini has stated that his team has been a fan of City-related midfielder James Maddison for a long time. Maddison has been linked to the City club.
In recent weeks, the Blues have been said to be interested in making a deal for the talismanic player currently playing for Leicester City. Guardiola may be considering a midfield overhaul for the upcoming season. The Foxes have been able to avoid significant relegation problems thanks, in large part, to Maddison’s eight goals and four assists in this season’s competition.
Stellini made the following statement in front of his Spurs side’s match against Leicester: “We like Maddison. He is a significant player in this league, and he possesses important skills, such as his delivery and his crossing. His right foot is a very vital foot, which allows him to shσot, cross, and take set pieces.
The England international has entered the final 18 months of his contract at the King Power Stadium, and because there has been no movement toward a new agreement, Brendan Rodgers’ side has this summer as their final opportunity to cash in on the player’s value.