Entertainment Causa Younes Finally ends
Zoff for Eintracht-Wreichtauer points to
The Causa Randal Kolo Muani has already employed Eintracht Frankfurt for months. Nantes President Waldemar Pokert with hard bandages. © Provided by Sport1.de Zoff For Eintracht-Wreichtauer Tiefs to Randal Kolo Muani continues with the FC Nantes on dot hunt. But the focus is hardly on football. Every day there are new rumors around the attacker who plays with very high probability in the coming season at Eintracht Frankfurt.
the paths of Eintracht Frankfurt and Amin Younes are finally separate. The midfielder is shortly before a departure to Saudi Arabia.
Amin Younes is standing before a fixed change to Al-Ettifaq.
Sport1 can confirm appropriate SKY information. The Middle Field Man sorted out at Eintracht Frankfurt will definitely leave the Hessen, even with a root club SSC Naples, an agreement was reached after tough negotiations.Younes Already at the airport
like Sport1 white, you are currently on Frankfurt Airport and is waiting for its departure to Saudi Arabia. The medical check has already completed the 29-year-old, the contract signature is thus nothing in the way.
Watzke wants to reach the handset because of Zwayer: "Do not have a problem to go the first step"
Immediately before the top match of the Dortmund at Champions League-Aspirant Hoffenheim Hans-Joachim Watzke has expressed himself again to the Causa about referee Felix Zwayer. The BVB boss finds: "We should have already talked." © Imago Images / Rhr-Photo BVB-Boss Hans-Joachim Watzke wants to approach Referee Felix Zwayer. BVB Managing Director comments Dortmund's Managing Director Hans-Joachim Watzke has offered referee Felix Zwayer to indirectly a conversation in Bälde.
Younes came in October 2020 for a two-year lean of Naples To engage. Before his suspension in September, the former national player completed 28 compulsory matches with four hits and three templates.Everything about the Bundesliga at Sport1:
Ryanair: Expect good talks with Frankfurt .
Airport After his farewell to the Frankfurt Airport, the low-cost airlines Ryanair does not exclude a return in a few years. © Danny Gohlke / DPA Andreas Gruber, Managing Director Laudamotion GmbH. "We will certainly lead very good talks to the plot G in the new terminal 3," said the boss of the Ryanair subsidiary Laudamotion and Germany spokesman, Andreas Gruber, on Wednesday of the DPA. Finally, the growth targets of the group and the airport operator Fraport agreed well.