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The future of Rapid Captain Dejan Ljubicic could soon be clarified. Eintracht Frankfurt should have submitted to the Austrian a contract offer.
as Sky reports on Monday evening, Eintracht Frankfurt is interested in a commitment of Rapid midfielder Dejan Ljubicic.
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Accordingly, Eintracht would have already submitted an offer to the 23-year-old. An agreement has not yet been made. Two more Bundesliga clubs are to watch Ljubicic.
Ljubicic's contract runs out with the end of the season - so the midfielder is free transfer in summer. In recent days, the Hütteldorfer already stood up the farewell of her captain.
"At Dejan, it will be that unfortunately we will not have him with us anymore," said Rapid coach Dietmar Kühbauer last. "I do not know where he goes, but believe he has good deals. He will probably change the club. That hurts me because he was in an incredibly good way. But it is free to get a different club search."
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