Kevin Trapp is currently borrowed from the top club Paris Saint-Germain to Eintracht Frankfurt. Where he wants to play in the future, he is clear to the third goalkeeper of the national team.
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Kevin Trapp, goalie of Bundesliga Eintracht Frankfurt, is determined to stay with the German Cup winner. "Yes, there are only positive arguments so I wouldn't know what's wrong," said 28-year-old Hit Radio FFH on Monday.
Trapp is currently borrowed for one year from the French champions Paris Saint-Germain and surprisingly reached the semi-finals of the Europa League with Eintracht.
Frankfurt would have to pay the transfer fee
If it goes to Trapp, he should ride for Hesse for the upcoming season, for which he has been playing since 2012. "Of course everyone knows that I feel very good here and that it is very important to me," he said.
However, the trap in the French capital lasts until 2020. Its market value is estimated at around EUR 10 million.
Eintracht took the chance of a loan at the end of August, after actually scheduled regular goalkeeper Frederik Rönnow always had physical problems.