May 26, 2024

Sasa Kalajdzic’s temporary switch from Wolverhampton Wanderers to Eintracht Frankfurt will not involve a purchase option, as the two clubs failed to reach an agreement on the matter. Journalist Philipp Hinze reports that Eintracht Frankfurt was unable to secure a deal with Wolves regarding the inclusion of a purchase clause in the loan arrangement.

Over the past week, there have been numerous reports in Germany linking Kalajdzic with a move to Frankfurt, with indications that the German club was actively working to finalize the deal. Kalajdzic’s agent confirmed the imminent move, revealing that the Austrian striker was ready to go, awaiting the green light.

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The stumbling block in the negotiations appeared to be the potential inclusion of a purchase clause in the loan deal, leading to discussions and negotiations between the two sides. Hinze now reports a ‘final decision’ on this matter, clarifying that Frankfurt was unsuccessful in securing a purchase option.

Despite emphatic negotiations with Wolves, Gary O’Neil’s side consistently rejected a feasible purchase option for Kalajdzic. The conclusive discussions between the clubs occurred yesterday, confirming that Kalajdzic’s move will be a ‘pure loan’ with no purchase clause, leaving all possibilities open for the summer.

With this matter resolved, Kalajdzic is now poised to make the move to Germany for the remainder of the season.

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