Randal Kolo Muani skips training trying to force trade


In a twist to the ongoing saga for the transfer of Kolo Muani from Frankfurt to PSG, the France international has chosen to skip Eintracht Frankfurt's training session on Wednesday in a shrewd and savage attempt to force his transfer out of Germany.

After turning down PSG's substantial €80m proposal and facing difficulties in persuading Hugo Ekitike to make his own move to Frankfurt, the Bundesliga side seem to stand firm on their €100m valuation of Kolo Muani, as ridiculous as that is.

In a candid declaration, Muani openly expressed he hopes to join the ranks of PSG before the transfer deadline in three days. However, this statement appears to have been made without authorization from Frankfurt, and this unanticipated development might have a detrimental impact on his chances of departure, as reported by Sport Bild.

The reported €65m million, along with Ekitike's involvement in the operation, seems considerably less substantial and falls far short of Frankfurt's resolute €100m demand.

Sporting director Markus Krosche remains unyielding in this regard. Notably, Muani's decision to skip Wednesday's training session is seemingly his way of responding to the perceived wavering of promises from his current club.

It's worth noting that the player has already reached an agreement with PSG a few weeks ago, and this recent move seems to be a strategic attempt to exert pressure on Eintracht's management.

Eintracht's coach, Dino Toppmoller, is reportedly ready to use Muani in the Europa League Conference play-off against Levski Sofia this week, even with the forward skipping training.

In choosing to miss a training session, Kolo Muani's actions speak volumes and underline his strong desire to transition from Eintracht to PSG, thereby taking a public stand on his aspirations and intentions.

It's now up to Frankfurt to accept PSG's offer or paint Kolo Muani as the villain of this story, ostracising him and leaving him sitting in Germany for the remainder of the season instead of selling him.

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