Eintracht Frankfurt are willing to sell Evan Ndicka and the player would likely be open to a move to AC Milan, according to a report.
Milan remain in pursuit of a new centre-back and they have got Ndicka of Eintracht Frankfurt back in their sights, according to Sky (via MilanLive). The Rossoneri management consider Japhet Tanganga of Tottenham to be an option to reinforce the rearguard after Alessio Romagnoli’s departure, but Ndicka could be an alternative.
According to Christopher Michel of Sport1, Ndicka will be allowed to leave Eintracht if there is a suitable offer. His contract expires in 2023 and the Bundesliga club still want to avoid losing their top players on a free transfer.
Since nothing is moving in terms of a contract extension, Frankfurt will negotiate if Milan put an offer on the table. It cannot be ruled out that the Italian champions have already asked for more specific information.
From the player’s point of view, Ndicka will listen carefully to an offer if the project is exciting. Milan offer a great package of being Italian champions, playing in the Champions League, being a traditional club and a strong team.