The 22-year-old has been a consistent force for the German club ever since he arrived from Brondby in 2021, and his efforts were crucial to Eintracht Frankfurt’s Europa League title run in 2022.
As a result of his impressive play, Lindstrom has earned interest from some of Europe’s top clubs. According to Calciomercato, the Danish international has drawn interest from a number of clubs, including Manchester City, Juventus, Bayern Munich, AC Milan, and Roma, in addition to Arsenal and Barcelona.
The Dane is under contract with Eintracht Frankfurt until June 2026, making it difficult for a Bundesliga club to pry him away. This follows his breakout season in which he helped lead Eintracht Frankfurt to the Europa League title with five goals and nine assists in 39 games.
there is a muller regen at Frankfurt ? 😭 pic.twitter.com/xIqwvfSMKv
— 🥷💨 (@ka66yyap) March 18, 2022
It’s possible that Arsenal or Barcelona will sign the next Thomas Muller.
It’s OK if you don’t know much about Lindstrom right now; he isn’t exactly a household name. One such solution is to draw parallels.
Given Thomas Muller’s legendary status in Germany and Bayern Munich, the comparisons to Lindstrom have been apt since his debut at Eintracht Frankfurt. The parallels were drawn since both players possess a similar, lean build and excel in the center of the attack as well as on the right wing.
As you can see up top, Lindstrom even celebrates like Muller. The Danish forward’s versatility makes him one of several fascinating players currently emerging from Eintracht Frankfurt.
Müller has been a member of the German youth national team since he was 16 years old. He made his U-21 debut in a 3-1 loss to Turkey in a friendly match in August 2009. He played six times for the U-21 team and scored the eighth goal in an 11-0 rout of San Marino.
Due to Müller’s consistent first-team performances for Bayern, Germany manager Joachim Löw officially considered calling him up in October of that year, despite initial reluctance from the Bayern Munich board; the following month, Müller was named in the squad for a friendly against the Ivory Coast.
The national team’s match against Chile was scheduled for that week, but it was postponed after the tragic death of goalie Robert Enke. With less time to try out new players and important qualifiers for the 2011 European Championship on the horizon, Löw and under-21 manager Rainer Adrion decided that Müller was necessary and recalled him to the under-21 squad.
In January of 2010, he rejoined the senior squad for a training session in Sindelfingen and was selected to play in the following match, a friendly against Argentina in March. On this day, in the Allianz Arena, his home stadium with Bayern, he made his debut in the starting lineup. Germany lost the match 1-0, and he was taken off in the 66th minute and replaced by Toni Kroos, another first-time starter.
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