Chelsea, Bayern Munich and Real Madrid have all been linked with the striker, who has scored 21 goals from 42 matches in all competitions this season.
It is no secret that incoming boss Mauricio Pochettino knows that he will need to add a striker to that attack this coming transfer windows, as the current front-line has really struggled to score goals this season.
Reports in Germany say that Frankfurt are demanding around €90m (£80m/$100m) for him, but Hellmann has also insisted they are not interested in selling.
“He has a long-term contract. It’s particularly comfortable to sit on. The field of interested parties is very large and very prominent,” he said on Bild TV. “I notice and feel a different number than €90 million on the international market.”
Hellmann hailed Kolo Muani as “one of the hottest things currently available on the European striker market” and said his “absolutely ideal scenario” would be for the attacker to stay in Frankfurt.
Muani has been very exciting this season guys, he has been special and it is easy to see just why all the big clubs are looking at a possible move.
But that is alot of money for a lad that has not really done too much in the game – and the fact that CHELSEA need to sign some more established players – they dont need to add Muani to the squad.
Pochettino will know what type of player that he needs to get the club challenging once again – but as we said – Chelsea have enough young players with bright futures in the game and need to add a couple of established players that have played at the top of the game for one than one season.
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