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EINTRACHT FRANKFURT - 4 Bundesliga suitors for STENDERA

01.04.2019 14.34 by Claudio Colla  read 850
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German midfielder Marc Stendera (23), homegroomed by Eintracht Frankfurt and playing first-team for them since 2012/13, is getting more and more likely to leave the club, which he's currently on a deal with until June 2020, during next summer. To this end, according to Offenbach Post, the player has been targeted by four Bundesliga clubs: Augsburg, SC Freiburg, FC Köln, and Mainz 05. Stendera might leave on an about 2.5 million euros fee.

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