Kevin Trapp swaps PSG for Eintracht Frankfurt
Paris St Germain have sent German goalkeeper Kevin Trapp on loan to his former club Eintracht Frankfurt, after deeming the shot stopper surplus to requirements. Trapp had been PSG's first choice goalkeeper last campaign but would have been spending time on the bench this season.
"While in Paris, I regularly recalled my great times in Frankfurt -- notably the 2013-14 Europa League season," Trapp said. "I would like to experience that again, of course.
"It is important that I get back into an environment where I feel good and can play -- I am looking forward to another year with Eintracht."
Frankfurt had a successful campaign in the Bundesliga last season and Trapp will be excited to be a part of their next journey at the club.
According to reports from Germany, Eintracht Frankfurt can seal a permanent deal for Trapp for a fee of around 3.5 million euros at the end of this season.
Trapp had chosen to join Eintracht Frankfurt ahead of dozens of other teams, including Dutch duo PSV Eindhoven and Vitesse, as well as German club Hoffenheim.