Manchester United have recently turned down the chance to sign highly-rated Bundesliga wide-man Filip Kostic for as little as £27m.
Kostic, 27, joined Eintracht Frankfurt from Hamburger SV in 2018 on season-long loan before signing permanently last summer in a move which cost Die Adler £5.4m as per TransferMarkt.
The Serbian attacker has featured in a total of 99 matches for Frankfurt over the last two seasons and has been directly involved in 53 goals in all competitions.
Kostic is a proven Bundesliga wide attacker after also enjoying a successful spell with VfB Stuttgart which is the club where he first began his Bundesliga journey back in 2014.
However, despite the Serbian attacker’s six year long spell in Bundesliga which has seen him contribute to 90 goals in total, Kostic’s days in Germany could be numbered.
StrettyNews has recently obtained exclusive information from a close source that the United hierarchy have recently turned down the chance to sign Kostic for as little as £27m.
The talented attacker, who can operate on either flank was recently made available exclusively to United but the offer of Kostic coming to Old Trafford was met with a straight ‘no’ from club officials.
Despite Kostic’s future with Frankfurt being cast into doubt, the wide-man could be set to stay beyond this summer’s transfer window after he picked up an unfortunate knee injury in his side’s domestic tie against Hertha Berlin last night.
The extent of Kostic’s injury is not yet known but whether or not he stays with Frankfurt, one club Kostic definitely won’t be playing for next season is United.