By Rune Gjerulff @runegjerulff
Sport1 reports that if Philipp Max continues to get playing time for Eintracht Frankfurt, a purchase obligation of €2 million will be activated soon.
|Philipp Max.||Photo: Andre Borges/Agência Brasília, CC BY-SA 2.0|
Eintracht Frankfurt are set to tie PSV loanee Philipp Max down to a permanent deal, according to Sport1.
Per the German broadcaster, Eintracht have an obligation to buy Max for around €2 million, which will be activated soon.
The left-back returned to Germany in January and has started all six of Eintracht’s competitive matches since the move.
In addition to Max, Frankfurt are also keen to sign Paris Saint-Germain’s Eric Junior Dina Ebimbe on a permanent basis, according to the report.