French international Eintracht Frankfurt striker Randal Kolo Muani (24) is attracting interest from Manchester United, Liverpool and Bayern Munich, according to a report from L’Équipe.
The former FC Nantes forward has taken the Bundesliga by storm following his free transfer from Les Canaris last summer. The 24-year-old versatile striker, able to play as a centre-forward and as a winger, has scored nine goals and registered an impressive twelve assists in 18 league games. Kolo Muani also struck two goals in the Champions League group stage. No Frenchman has settled so quickly in the Bundesliga since Bayern Munich’s Franck Ribéry. Last weekend, he bagged his first brace against relegation-battlers Hertha Berlin.
The 5-cap French international is tied to Eintracht Frankfurt to a contract due to expire in 2027, with no release clause, but Kolo Muani looks set to join a big club sooner rather than later. Eintracht won’t let go of their prized jewel easily. According to L’Équipe, Frankfurt executives have set a €100m price tag on the Bondy-born player.
Kolo Muani, who scored France’s second goal in their World Cup semi-final win against Morocco, is expected to leave Frankfurt should they miss out on a Champions League qualification. Eintracht are currently fifth in the Bundesliga and will play Napoli in the Champions League last 16 this month.
GFFN | Bastien Cheval