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GERMAN BUNDESLIGA

2017/2018 Season

POS TEAM W D L PTS
1 Dortmund 0 0 0 0
1 Frankfurt 0 0 0 0
1 Freiburg 0 0 0 0
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Japanese midfielder Daichi Kamada joins Eintracht Frankfurt

Daichi Kamada has said his move to Frankfurt is 'very exciting.'

Eintracht Frankfurt have signed 20-year-old Japanese midfielder Daichi Kamada from Sagan Tosu on a four-year contract.

Kamada has scored three goals and set up a further two in 16 matches in Japan in the current J-League season, and DFB Pokal finalists Frankfurt are reported to have paid €2.5 million for him.

"Daichi has a lot of potential. We've seen him play many times," Frankfurt sporting director Fredi Bobic told the club's official website.

"He makes our attacking midfield more variable."

Kamada...

Frankfurt 'irritated' not to be informed of Alex Meier's ankle injury

Alexander Meier
Alex Meier joined Eintracht Frankfurt in 2004.

Eintracht Frankfurt have said they are "irritated" that Alex Meier failed to inform them about the severity of an ankle injury sustained while working out on holiday in Florida.

Meier, 34, had surgery on the ankle last week and will be unavailable for two months while he recovers.

But, while wishing their attacker a "speedy recovery," the club also noted that Meier failed to fulfil his obligations as a Frankfurt employee.

"The player and his agent informed Eintracht Frankfurt's sporting hierarchy...

 By Tom Marshall

Mexico's Carlos Salcedo to require surgery, will miss three months

Second-half goals from Raul Jimenez and Oribe Peralta secured an all-important 2-1 win for Mexico over New Zealand.
Second-half goals from Raul Jimenez and Oribe Peralta secured an all-important 2-1 win for Mexico over New Zealand.
John Sutcliffe reports from Sochi on the keys to Mexico's victory in a game full of squad changes against New Zealand.

SOCHI, Russia -- Mexico defender Carlos Salcedo will require surgery and miss at least three months after injuring his shoulder during Mexico's 2-1 victory over New Zealand in Confederations Cup, his club, Eintracht Frankfurt confirmed on Thursday.

Salcedo, 23, was stretchered off the field in the 33rd minute of the match with the shoulder injury and was taken to hospital.

A news release from the Mexican federation early Thursday confirmed that Salcedo had damaged the ligament in the acromioclavicular...

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Mexico defender Carlos Salcedo joins Eintracht Frankfurt on initial loan deal

Salcedo injured vs Honduras 170608
Carlos Salcedo will made his debut in the Bundesliga starting next season.

Mexico defender Carlos Salcedo has completed a move to Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt on an initial loan with an option to buy.

The German side announced the move for the 23-year-old on Tuesday, in between his appearances for Mexico in Sunday's World Cup qualifier and the Confederations Cup in Russia.

Salcedo joined Chivas Guadalajara in January 2015 and spent a year and a half with the Mexican giants before playing last year on loan with Fiorentina in Italy.

Jesus Vallejo to return to Real Madrid following Eintracht Frankfurt loan

Alejandro Moreno believes neither Alvaro Morata nor James Rodriguez will be at Real Madrid next season.

Defender Jesus Vallejo will return to Real Madrid next season, according to Eintracht Frankfurt, where he spent last season on loan.

Vallejo, 20, signed for Madrid from hometown club Real Zaragoza for €5 million in 2015, and will now form part of Zinedine Zidane's first-team squad next season.

"It was my dream when I signed for Real Madrid two years ago to be part of the first team. This dream has now come true," Vallejo said in a statement on Eintracht's website. "But it would never have...