Eintracht Frankfurt in Talks With AC Milan to Sign Jens Petter Hauge

Jens Petter Hauge

Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that AC Milan and Eintracht Frankfurt are back in talks regarding the future of Jens Petter Hauge. The news arrives just weeks after the Rossoneri turned down a bid for the winger from the German club.

Eintracht Frankfurt Looking to Sign Jens Petter Hauge

Jens Petter Hauge is One of the Main Targets for Eintracht Frankfurt

Eintracht Frankfurt are once again in direct contact with AC Milan over the transfer of Jens Petter Hauge. The German side earlier had a €7 million bid turned down for the Norweigian. Die Adler are reportedly getting ready to make a second bid in the next couple of days. AC Milan are looking for around €12 million for the 21-year-old.

Hauge moved to AC Milan from Norweigian side Bodo/Glimt last season. He made 24 appearances and scored five goals for the Rossoneri. But, Hauge rarely started for AC Milan and started just six games in all competition for the Italian giants.

A Busy Transfer Window for Eintracht Frankfurt

It has been a very busy transfer window so far for Eintracht Frankfurt. Die Adler have seen several players join and leave the squad. The German side have been very efficient in the transfer market and have signed many of their targets on a free transfer.

Christopher Lenz, Ali Akmal, Fabio Blanco and Rafael Santos Borre joined Frankfurt on a free transfer. While Jens Grahl moved on an undisclosed fee from Stuttgart and Jesper Lindstorm completed a €7 million move from Brondy.

This transfer window has also seen the Bundesliga club lose their biggest asset, Andre Silva. The Portuguese striker, who was last season’s top scorer for Frankfurt, moved to Bundesliga side RB Leipzig. They also lost Silva’s strike partner, Luka Jovic, after the Serbian returned to Real Madrid after the completion of his loan spell.

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