EINTRACHT FRANKFURT, Younes: "Some people were wrong about me. I'd like to stay put"
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Named for German NT again, almost four years after his last call-up, 27-year old winger Amin Younes, interviewed by Kicker, talked about his will to keep playing for Eintracht Frankfurt: "I'm happy I made people change their mind over my game, through my performing. Of course there's one-on-one matching, but there's much more about my playing style. I try to be different from the past, to be better, and help the team more than before. And I can't deny I feel some delight in showing some people they were wrong about me. Anyway, I'd really like to stay put in Frankfurt, and be signed by Eintracht on a permanent move". Former Ajax and 'Gladbach player is still on a parent-club deal with Napoli until June 2023.
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