Kevin Trapp has corrected his statements about his move from Paris Saint-Germain to Eintracht Frankfurt in the summer. A few days ago, the goalkeeper said in an interview that he would have liked to stay in Paris.
"I'm kind of shocked that it was portrayed that way," Trapp now told the picture. "It was not supposed to happen that way, but after the loan-year in Frankfurt, I had to go back to Paris, where I still had a contract and as always I did it professionally."
In the summer, the future of the 29-year-old was uncertain for a long time. "I said before that I can not decide that on my own, but the clubs also have to: Frankfurt has to want me – Paris has to hand me over," said Trapp.
Finally Eintracht committed the national player for seven million euros. In Frankfurt he sees good chances that the team plays a good season despite the departure of Luka Jovic, Sebastien Haller and Ante Rebic. "I believe that we now have a team that has even improved," said Trapp.
After the third Bundesliga game day Frankfurt is with two wins and one defeat in seventh place.