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Fabian settled in Germany, hopes for Eintracht Frankfurt breakthrough

Eintracht Frankfurt forward Marco Fabian
Marco Fabian is hoping for a breakthrough season with Eintracht Frankfurt in the Bundesliga.

A highlight reel of Marco Fabian's best goals is all you really need to see the raw talent that the player possesses. Long-range shots, solo dribbles, left-foot, right-foot, overhead kicks; they are the fantasy-type golazos most could only dream of scoring while sitting on a sofa, control pad in hand.

The Eintracht Frankfurt player's balance, audacity and two-footedness have long marked him out as a forward who attracts attention.

Yet the 27-year-old's career to date has been something of a paradox....

Eintracht Frankfurt's Marco Russ vows to return soon after cancer battle

Marco Russ is hopeful over a return.

Eintracht Frankfurt defender Marco Russ says he is hoping to return to the squad in January, having been diagnosed with testicular cancer in May.

On Sunday, Russ made his first public appearance following tumour surgery in late May during Eintracht Frankfurt's season opener -- a 3-1 friendly win over Celta Vigo -- as he mixed with fans in Frankfurt.

Chelsea's Michael Hector signs for Eintracht Frankfurt on loan

Michael Hector came through Reading's academy.

Chelsea defender Michael Hector has joined Eintracht Frankfurt on a season-long loan, both clubs have confirmed.

Hector was included in Antonio Conte's first team squad for preseason trips to Austria and the United States, but is still waiting to make his first senior appearance for Chelsea after moving to Stamford Bridge from Reading in a £4 million deal last September.

The 24-year-old, a boyhood Chelsea fan who came through Reading's academy, spent the 2015-16 season back on loan at the Madejski...

Chelsea's Matt Miazga loan options include Frankfurt - source

ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti discusses the U.S. international's debut for Chelsea, as well as what he can work on going forward.
The ESPN FC panel debate whether U.S. international Matt Miazga's development as a player is best served at Chelsea.

Chelsea defender Matt Miazga looks set to spend the season on loan, but a source close to the U.S. international told ESPN FC that a final decision on the player's destination has yet to be determined.

A report from Sport Bild stated that Eintracht Frankfurt are close to securing Miazga on loan, but the source stated that the Bundesliga side are one of a handful of teams showing interest.

"There are numerous clubs in for Miazga," said the source. "It's up to Miazga and the club to find the best fit."

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Manchester United's Guillermo Varela joins Eintracht Frankfurt on loan

Jose Mourinho once again addresses Man United's needs in the transfer market, insisting the squad are balanced.
Jose Mourinho says it was clear Borussia Dortmund were further along in their training than Man United.

Manchester United have confirmed Guillermo Varela has joined Frankfurt on a season-long loan.

Varela, 23, came on as a substitute during Jose Mourinho's first game in charge, a 2-0 win against Wigan, but did not travel to China for United's preseason tour.

With Matteo Darmian, Antonio Valencia and Timothy Fosu-Mensah all ahead of Varela in the right-back pecking order at United, Mourinho was willing to let the Uruguayan leave for the Bundesliga in order to find regular football.