Eintracht Frankfurt set price tag on Milan target Ndicka

Milan have identified Evan Ndicka as their main alternative to Tottenham’s Japhet Tanganga and Eintracht Frankfurt have responded by setting a clear price tag.

The Rossoneri are still looking to touch up their defence a little ahead of the upcoming season and they’ve been in close contact with Spurs in an attempt to iron out a deal for Tanganga. Things are moving forward slowly and with the Serie A season rapidly approaching, Milan may have to focus their efforts elsewhere.

As reported by Tuttosport, Eintracht Frankfurt are asking for around €18-20m for Ndicka, a fairly high request considering that his contract expires with the club in a little over 11 months.

The 22-year-old Frenchman is a talented and reliable centre back who’d likely be a strong fit for Stefano Pioli’s squad, so Milan may be forced to shore up the cash if they want to secure his signature this summer.

For now, Tanganga is still the primary target and so talks with Spurs are continuing as both parties work to find a deal.

3 Comments on “Eintracht Frankfurt set price tag on Milan target Ndicka”

  1. Regardless of whatever EF wants, ACM will low-ball and walk away with exactly nothing.
    Cheap club and cheaper owners.
    Only thing is, I dont understand why Maldini will destroy his good name.

  2. Presumably because Maldini knows the plan and understands the situation and his financial limits. Unlike the rest of us.

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