Kolo Muani’s Dreams of Playing for Big Clubs
French World Cup star Randal Kolo Muani hasn’t ruled out leaving Eintracht Frankfurt this summer.
“I’m trying to focus on my club. We’re continuing our performances, and we’ll see what happens in the summer. I’ve always dreamed of playing at big clubs,” the French international forward told sports newspaper L’Equipe.
Kolo Muani admitted that everything happened quickly over the past six months. He initially didn’t expect to adjust so fast, but his performances exploded.
The 24-year-old only transferred from FC Nantes to Eintracht in the summer. He wasn’t included in the French squad for the World Cup in Qatar initially, but when Christopher Nkunku from Leipzig got injured, he was called up to replace him.
In the World Cup final against Argentina, Kolo Muani had a massive chance to score the winning goal towards the end of the game.
“This final was a stage because now I want this World Cup. I want to win trophies,” emphasized Kolo Muani.
Since the World Cup competition ended, a lot has changed. The opponents now defend against him with three or four defenders.
If Kolo Muani leaves Frankfurt, he’ll be looking to sign with a big club that can help him achieve his goals.
Should he get the right club, Kolo Muani will be in a position to work towards winning more trophies and becoming one of the best footballers around.