Official: Eintracht Frankfurt have signed Mario Götze until 2025

Mario Gotze has previously played in Bundesliga for Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich.

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Mario Götze, a former player for Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich, is fully prepared to come back to the Bundesliga by joining Eintracht Frankfurt. Götze’s agreement with PSV is due to expire in two years, but the Europa League holders have triggered his €4.8 million (£4.1 million) buyout price. The 30-year-old chose not to show up to PSV during the opening day of pre-season practice under fresh manager Ruud van Nistelrooy.

Gotze will ink a three-year agreement or a two-year agreement with a third-year option. AC Milan, Inter Miami, and Benfica, who is presently coached by Gotze’s erstwhile PSV coach Roger Schmidt, had reportedly expressed d dea sire for the German.

As per Fabrizio Romano, Mario Götze has drawn fast on homecoming to the Bundesliga after negotiating to join Eintracht Frankfurt. The 30-year-old is presently at PSV Eindhoven but has a retreat option in his agreement that allows him to depart for €4 million (£3.4 million) this year. Amidst interests from Portugal, the 2014 World Cup victor has agreed with the Europa League champs for the 2022/23 season.

Thus according to sources, Frankfurt sporting director Markus Krösche have spoken to the midfielder in recent days and supplied him with a solid concept for his future. Oliver Glasner’s philosophy, which includes opposing midfielders who assist for both attack and defence, is scheduled to create a big influence in drawing the 30-year-old to the team.

Last year, Götze featured in 29 of PSV’s 34 Eredivisie fixtures, contributing considerably to the club’s third-place league position and KNVB CUP’s ultimate victory versus Ajax. His transfer to the Netherlands really was a triumph that Roger Schmidt, the PSV coach who hired him, intends to take him to Portugal.

Schmidt started over at Benfica in May and has indicated that Götze is among his initial acquisitions, although that now appears improbable. PSV signed the previous German international in 2020, and he scored 18 goals in 77 outings in his two campaigns at the Philips Stadion.