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Eintracht Frankfurt Interested In Orban

Eintracht Frankfurt Interested In Orban

German club Eintracht Frankfurt are interested in a summer move for Nigeria forward, Gift Orban.

Orban has attracted the interest of a number of clubs in Europe following his stellar showing for Belgian Pro League outfit, KAA Gent.

The young striker only linked up with the Buffalos from Norwegian second division club, Staebek in January.

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The 20-year-old has scored 20 goals in 20 games across all competitions for Gent since his arrival.

Eintracht Frankfurt are targeting Orban as replacement for France forward, Kolo Muani, who is set to leave the club this summer.

Gent have no intention of selling the player but could demand around €40m from potential suitors.

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  • Edoman 1 year ago

    Orban is really really hot now. 40 million dollars for this young and amazing Nigerian is a good music to hear.

  • He should at least sign for any middle table club in the 5 major leagues in Europe to bolster his career progression. He must stear clear of any relegated threatening club in Europe

    • All Midtable clubs in the top5 leagues are potential relegation candidates depending on the business they do during the winter break……Everton, Southampton,West Ham, Valencia,are examples of Midtable teams who found themselves in a relegation battle this season…… Only the top teams can guarantee you that no matter how bad a season is they can never battle relegation and Chelsea is a good example of what am trying to tell you……Our players should aspire to be at top teams and fight for a place there like the Brazilian players do.

  • Babad2 1 year ago

    It is advisable for Orban to explore options outside of Germany. Historically, Nigerian players have encountered challenges in the German league, as evidenced by the experiences of players like Osimhen and currently Ejuke. Considering this, it would be more beneficial for Orban to consider leagues such as the Portuguese, French, and Italian leagues.

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