Eintracht Frankfurt forward Randal Kolo Muani has asked the Bundesliga club to find an agreement with Paris Saint-Germain to allow him to join the Ligue 1 side.
The player has been heavily linked to a move to France following the arrival of Luis Enrique at the club and the departure of Neymar to Saudi Arabia meant the Ligue 1 champions intensified their chase for the France international.
In the wake of the transfer saga, Kolo Muani has issued a plea to the German side to work around the clock and ensure his sale to PSG before the end of the transfer window.
“I owe Eintracht Frankfurt a lot. I’ve taken the fans to my heart and have always behaved in a highly professional way. I always gave my everything for my club until the very end.” statement via Sky Sport journalist Florian Plettenberg.
“However, it is no secret that PSG have made a record offer for me. A move to Paris is now a unique opportunity for me. I would like to move to Paris I have informed the people in charge.”
“I hope and wish that Eintracht will agree to Paris’ offer and that this move will now be made possible for me.”
Reports in France suggest PSG’s initial proposal for Kolo Muani was for around €70 million plus bonuses. Meanwhile, the Bundesliga club are looking to demand a €100 million deal.
Earlier on Tuesday, it was claimed that PSG had made a bid of €65 million for the striker with youngster Hugo Ekitike included in the offer.