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Kevin Trapp opted to stay in Frankfurt despite interest from Manchester United

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Kevin Trapp dismissed Manchester United’s interest by choosing to stay at Eintracht Frankfurt. The Premier League club was looking for a goalkeeper to compete with David de Gea, so the German was one of the long-awaited players.

However, the former PSG announced his decision to stay in the champion team of the last Europa League and with which he will be able to play the Champions League this season. Thus, he continues to live his fourth season in a row at the Bundesliga club.

“Dear fans, there has been a lot of information about the interest of Manchester United in recent days. It is true that there is an offer. Manchester United is a world club and I hope that everyone understands that I considered and thought about such an offer,” he wrote in the The 32-year-old goalkeeper started his statement on social networks.

“Yesterday, however, I informed the managers of both clubs that I had chosen Eintracht. I have experienced unforgettable things here with Frankfurt and we made history together. The start of the season has been tough, but I have absolute faith in us,” he continued. .

Eintracht lost 6-1 to Bayern Munich in their first game of the season in the German league, followed by a 2-0 defeat to Real Madrid in the UEFA Super Cup in Helsinki. Since then, Oliver Glasner’s team recorded two draws, against Hertha Berlin and Cologne.

Trapp has been one of the best-performing goalkeepers in the Bundesliga in recent seasons: in the 2021/22 campaign he topped the charts for the number of goals he prevented, a 6.1 goals per game in 32 total games, a figure higher than that of any other goalkeeper in the competition who has played at least 10 games.


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