Two years after leaving the Bundesliga, Mario Götze could return to Germany. Eintracht Frankfurt wants to bring the world champion back from PSV Eindhoven.
Götze before Bundesliga comeback? World champion Mario Götze may be about to return to Germany. As reported by “Sport Bild”, Eintracht Frankfurt is said to be seriously considering the 30-year-old and have already had initial talks with him. The Europa League winner is still looking for a new game designer.
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Exit clause at PSV: Götze switched from Borussia Dortmund to PSV Eindhoven on a free transfer in the summer of 2020 and won the Dutch Cup last season. His contract runs until 2024, but is said to include an exit clause of four million euros. Götze himself should consider saying goodbye.
Competition for Eintracht: Mario Götze could rise directly to the top earners in Hesse, which would be feasible given the upcoming income in the Champions League, in which Frankfurt will play after the European Cup victory. We’re talking about four million euros. However, Benfica Lisbon should also show interest in Götze.