French striker Randal Kolo Muani of Eintracht Frankfurt has informed the team he won’t train today, August 30, as he continues his push to join Paris Saint Germain.
The 24-year-old PSG target claims it is “a unique chance” for him to sign with the French champions and he aims to do that this summer with barely two days left in the summer transfer window.
A statement from Eintracht reads: “Kolo Muani today informed the Eintracht Frankfurt sporting management that he will not take part in today’s final training session.
“He stated his intention to move clubs before the end of the transfer window on Friday night as the reason for his absence.”
Since he decided to boycott today’s training at the club, Randal Kolo Muani won’t play the club’s Europa Conference League qualifier against Levski Sofia on Thursday, August 31.
Frankfurt’s sporting director Markus Kroesche claims that “This behavior has no impact on the transfer business.”
Kolo Muani is valued at 100 million euros and has a deal with the German team till 2027, hence, the German Bundesliga side has the final say on his transfer desire.
The club’s sporting director added: “This isn’t the Randal we’ve got to know and we know his real character. He’s being bombarded at the moment and the result is this reaction, which is wrong, as we’ve made clear to him and his entourage along with all the ramifications.”
Kolo Muani has played for France’s national team nine times and has scored four international goals. He scored one of the four goals in the 2022 FIFA World Cup final, which France lost to Argentina 4-2 on penalties.