Evan N’Dicka is expected to leave Eintracht Frankfurt on a free transfer at the end of the 22/23 season. The central defender will not renew his contract any further, and will be able to walk out of the club when his deal runs out in June.
Barcelona are one of the clubs interested in signing him, but there is currently no agreement over his next club. Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur are among the other clubs that are keeping tabs on him as things stand. But the situation is still very open right now.
Evan N’Dicka to leave Eintracht Frankfurt on a free transfer
The central defender has attracted a lot of praise for his performance with the German side. He was a part of the squad that won the Europa League last season, and has continued to impress as part of the backline.
However, he is now going to take the next step in his career, and will be a part of a team that plays regularly in the Champions League. The 23-year-old has already made 150 appearances for Eintracht Frankfurt, and has seen his stock rise massively over the last year.
Evan N’Dicka has also earned himself a reputation of being a constant goal threat, racking up 10 goals and nine assists in 135 games. As a result, he could be a huge bargain signing for any club that can agree a deal with him in the coming months.
However, the centre-back is not expected to be the only free departure from Eintracht Frankfurt this summer. Daichi Kamada is set to leave the club and join Borussia Dortmund in June as a free agent, and will be followed by N’Dicka. All that remains to be seen is where he will end up.