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News Update

Transfer Overview

With the new season ahead, some players leave Frankfurt and others join SGE. We keep you posted on all changes Eintracht have made so far.

Off to new adventures: Oka Nikolov Off to new adventures: Oka Nikolov

Time To Say "Good-Bye"

It certainly was the top news of the recent weeks when Eintracht announced that the contract with goalkeeper legend Oka Nikolov was terminated. "Eternal Oka" wanted to pursue his lifelong dream of playing in the United States. After more than 20 years of loyality to Eintracht and 414 competitive matches, the 39 year old joins Philadelphia Union. Goodbye and good luck, Oka!

After having joined SGE from SC Freiburg in the winter break 2011/2012, defender Heiko Butscher left Eintracht to sign a contract with his former club VfL Bochum.

Due to a temporary fatigue syndrome and the following time of medical treatment, central defender Martin Amedick unfortunately just played two competitive matches for Eintracht. He now returned to SC Paderborn, where he had already played in his early days as a youngster.

Algerian international and attacking midfielder Karim Matmour says 'au revoir' to SGE after two years, he signed a deal with 2. Bundesliga club 1. FC Kaiserslautern.

Young central defender Julian Dudda (20) had his contract terminated by Eintracht to join the reserve team of Werder Bremen. He had played for Frankfurt since joining the youth teams in 2007 (one Bundesliga appearance for Eintracht).

Eintracht Frankfurt would like to thank all of the above players - we wish you all the best for the future!

One of two players joining from SC Freiburg: Johannes Flum

Welcome To The Club!

Attacking midfielder Jan Rosenthal (26) joins Eintracht from SC Freiburg after signing a three year contract until June 2016. Rosenthal has had 134 Bundesliga appearances and scored 22 goals.

Also from SC Freiburg, SGE signed central midfielder Johannes Flum (25) within a three year deal until 2016. During his time at Freiburg Flum had 90 Bundesliga matches (22 goals) and made 30 appearances in 2. Bundesliga for the south German club.

In order to close the gap that Oka Nikolov has left, goalkeeper Felix Wiedwald (23) joins Eintracht from MSV Duisburg, signing a two year contract until June 2015. Wiedwald had played for the youth and reserve teams of Werder Bremen (1999-2011). Then Bruno Hbner, at that time looking after transfers for MSV Duisburg and now Eintracht's Sporting Director, lured the keeper to MSV - to sign him yet a second time for SGE. Felix Wiedwald has had 44 appearances in 2. Bundesliga with MSV Duisburg.

Welcome to the team, the club and to Frankfurt!

FH / HR 25.06.2013

Eintracht Frankfurt 2015