“At least as strong as last year”?

The transfer of Bas Dost from Lisbon Club Sporting will finally take place on the day of the Frankfurt Qualifications Council in the Europa League at Racing Strasbourg. Recently, there had been a big difference between the returning club and the player.

Thus, the agent of the Dutch national player firmly rejected accusations from Lisbon that there were still “short-term financial claims” of the stormer, which delayed the handling of the transfer.

Now that these disputes have finally been resolved, the signature should not stand in the way of anything else. In Frankfurt itself, the anticipation of Dost is already very great.

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Sports Board Fredi Bobic had no doubt that the transfer business, which is to cost between eight and ten million euros, before the game in Strasbourg goes on stage: “Sooner or later it will happen. We are good things,”the one-liner said to”Sky”on Wednesday and added:”It has been a hanging party and not easy, but what is already simple today in the transfer summer?”

SGE-Keeper Kevin Trapp is also looking forward to a “big, noisy stormer who has always made his goals in recent years and will certainly help us. He can hold the balls in the front and relieve them,”said the closing man over the 30-year-old, who in the last three years achieved outstanding 76 goals in 84 league games for sports.

Dost already on Sunday an alternative?

“With Bas Dost we are at least as strong as last year”, Trapp is sure. The 18-time national player is to fill the gap with the Hessians that was opened up after the sale of S e bastien Haller towards West Ham United.

The goal rate of the 1,96-m chicken in the Bundesliga can also be seen. So far Dost has met 36 times in 85 Bundesliga games, all for the VfL Wolfsburg.

The leaders of the Frankfurt Unitracht for Sports Board Fredi Bobic and head coach Adi Hutter hope that the staff will be finally cleared up by the weekend, so that Dost might become an alternative to RB Leipzig (15:30) on Sunday.