Eintracht Frankfurt’s sporting director has confirmed AC Milan’s interest in signing defender Evan Ndicka, but revealed that an offer has not been made yet.
It was first revealed by Sky (via MilanLive) that the Rossoneri management consider Japhet Tanganga of Tottenham to be an option to reinforce the rearguard after Alessio Romagnoli’s departure on a free transfer, but the name of Ndicka has resurfaced as an option after Milan were linked with signing him in the last two windows.
Markus Krösche – the sporting director of Eintracht Frankfurt – spoke to Kicker about the rumours regarding Ndicka and a potential move to Milan, with his comments relayed by MilanNews.
“We know about Milan’s interest. So far there are no offers,” he said. The German sports paper adds that it remains to be seen whether Milan are serious about the defender and whether Eintracht are willing to sell for the right price.