West Ham transfer news: Oliver Glasner ‘sure’ Filip Kostic will stay at Eintracht Frankfurt this summer

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West Ham transfer news: Oliver Glasner ‘sure’ Filip Kostic will stay at Eintracht Frankfurt this summer
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Eintracht Frankfurt manager Oliver Glasner believes there is little chance of Filip Kostic joining West Ham.

The Serbian wing-back is a target for David Moyes this summer, with the London club willing to meet Frankfurt’s asking price of around £12.75m.

Still, there have been doubts as to whether or not the 29-year-old would be willing to swap Champions League football with the Bundesliga side for the Europa Conference League at West Ham.

With just a year left on his contract at Frankfurt, there is also the possibility Kostic secures a more lucrative move away next summer as a free agent.

The signing of a new left-back to cover and compete with Aaron Cresswell was a priority for Moyes, although the club will seemingly have to look elsewhere on that front.

Speaking to Sky Germany, Glasner said: “I don’t know what will happen until September 1st, but as of today I’m sure he’ll stay.”

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