Juventus agree personal terms for Filip Kostic but yet to meet Eintracht Frankfurt’s valuation

Juventus have already lost Ivan Perisic to Tottenham Hotspur, making Bianconeri desperate in their attempt to land Filip Kostic in the summer.

As per a report from La Repubblica, Juventus have already agreed upon the personal terms with the entourage of Filip Kostic ahead of a potential summer transfer. But, when it comes to meeting the demands of Eintracht Frankfurt, the Old Lady has not seen the light yet.

The report understands that the Italian club has reached an agreement over a three-year deal with an option for the fourth season with the 29-year-old.

The Bundesliga club wants a transfer fee of around €20million for the latest Europa League winner, who has just one left in his contract in Germany.

In the current circumstances, Juventus are willing to pay a figure of around €15million including various bonuses for the player. But Frankfurt want more cash upfront. On the other hand, Kostic is pushing for a move to Juventus this summer.

The report suggests that the player was promised by the Frankfurt hierarchy last year that they would let him leave in the summer if they received an offer from a big European club.

Juventus were interested in making a free transfer for Ivan Perisic, who, however, decided to leave Italy and joined forces with his former Inter manager Antonio Conte at Tottenham Hotspur.

Jyotirmoy Halder

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