After intensive negotiations and long advertising, eintracht Frankfurt has secured the services of the German U21 national champion Ragnar Ache from Sparta Rotterdam. The native frankfurter is already looking forward to his adventure on the Main, but has quite different goals beyond that not every SGE fan likes.
“I have this in my head and have always said to myself that This is going to be a game for harmony,” the Sturker swarmed in the “Sport Bild” and revealed: “I’ve been watching the highlights of the Games for years. The best moment was the cup victory in 2018 against FC Bayern.”
But it is precisely the German football record holder, whom Eintracht beat in Berlin about a year and a half ago, that actually goes to clubs where Ache absolutely once wanted to play. “My big career goal remains
Bayern, that’s true,” said the 21-year-old. But he also wants to play in the Premier League, “in the Champions League anyway.”
Just as, of the same time, titles on his wish list. “Which one is not so important. This can also be the cup with Frankfurt,” says Ache.
Ache wre already in winter to Eintracht Frankfurt
With all his self-confidence, the Frankfurter continues to work on his swede. Technically, he still has some catching up to do.
“I usually do an extra unit once a week with my consultant Godwin Falix. We then work on the ball processing and the finishing on our own pitch,” said the DFB kicker, Didier Drogba and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang.
The fact that his Eintracht adventure does not start until the summer is a bit of a pity for Ache. “I actually prefer to come now. But I can understand it: if I haven’t been on the field so much now, I’d rather get more game time at Sparta,” he said.
Until then, he’s been playing with the alter egos of some of his close colleagues on the console. Not with Eintracht Frankfurt as a team, but: “I already have Kevin Trapp and Danny da Costa for my Ultimate Team, i play in the team myself. The chemistry has been quite neat so far.”