Mario Götze to Eintracht Frankfurt is set to become a permanent deal. He will be leaving the Dutch club PSV Eindhoven and is set to make a Bundesliga return. The final decision on this deal was done by today according to Fabrizio Romano. It is said that the release clause on his contract will be activated for €4m as an exit clause.
The 30-year-old playmaker will be looking to rejuvenate his career by moving back to Bundesliga. Although Frankfurt is a mid-table team in the league, Götze will be looking to show his prowess by making an impact right away. Frankfurt would require his playmaking skills and would help them massively as well. They had won the Europa League this season.
Götze throughout his career has played for Borussia Dortmund, Bayern Munich and PSV Eindhoven. He has won the Bundesliga 5 times in his career, 3 with Bayern Munich and 2 with Borussia Dortmund. But his major achievement would be netting the winning goal for Germany over Argentina in the final minutes of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final. His contribution was very crucial for Germany in their 2014 World cup triumph.
Despite interest being shown for him from Benfica and Inter Miami, he finally decided to move back to Germany as he has spent most of his career playing in his home country itself. The 2021-22 Europa League Champions will be looking forward to having him overboard for the next season.