Rafael Borré would leave River plate as a free player in the next few hours to go to Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga. They would offer him a succulent contract for four seasons and he would play the Europa League.
Although so far there have been no formal offers for Rafael Borré, the truth is that his contract with River Plate ends on June 30 and has not yet renewed its link with the institution. And within hours of being free, from Germany they assure that the Eintracht Frankfurt of the Bundesliga already has in their hands a proposal whose contract would extend for four years.
With André Silva about to leave for Leipzig for 25 million euros, and having been the second scorer in the last Bundesliga only behind Robert Lewandowski, the Germans are looking to hire a center forward with great urgency. This reason would be enough to be interested in Borré, who in turn will have the pass in his possession and it will arrive without the need for intermediaries.
The decision will be up to Borré himself, who could return to Europe after his frustrated time at Atlético de Madrid. In fact, it will even have international competition: Eintracht Frankfurt has started fifth in the Bundesliga and will play the Group Stage of the Europa League.
For its part, from River they assure that Borré must be left “calm” and that they will negotiate with him once the America’s Cup is over. But, of course, his contract ends before the closing of the international contest. And that is where, from Germany, they are on the lookout.