He is one of the great heroes of the Frankfurt Europa League triumph: Filip Kostic! But what will become of the Serbs, who wanted to go on strike so vehemently to Lazio Rome last summer and finally buckled?
Kostic scores from the point: Filip Kostic (29) scored one of the five penalties in Frankfurt’s Europa League final against Glasgow Rangers on Wednesday evening and played his part in the historic success. With the Europa League winners eligible to start in the Champions League, that prospect also improves the chances of keeping the Serb.
Glasner with a clear statement: In any case, coach Oliver Glasner expects his star to stay. When asked by a reporter if Kostic played his last game in Eintracht jersey against Glasgow, the Austrian replied: “No, I don’t think so.”
Eintracht remains calm: Despite the Champions League windfall, the Hessians are not planning escapades on the transfer market. “The premier class is of course exceptional for Eintracht Frankfurt, but we will not change our transfer strategy,” said Eintracht sports director Markus Krösche. President Peter Fischer chimed in: “We’re not going to go big now because we qualified for the Champions League.”
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