Despite reported interest from Bayern Munich, Eintracht Frankfurt's chief, Philip Holzer, emphatically asserts that Markus Krosche has no intention of leaving the club. Bayern Munich is said to be considering Krosche as a potential replacement for Hasan Salihamidzic, who was recently dismissed as a board member for sport. However, Krosche, who currently holds a similar position at Eintracht Frankfurt, remains fully committed to his current role. "Markus Krosche does not have an exit clause in his contract and is an important building block for our success in the past two years," Eintracht Frankfurt supervisory board chairman Philip Holzer told Bild. "We know from our talks with him that he is not considering a move and is concentrating exclusively on his work in Frankfurt. "The fact that his name is being mentioned in connection with other top clubs shows that the very good work at Eintracht Frankfurt is being taken note of nationally and internationally." Previously, Krosche has also been linked to Tottenham, Liverpool, and Chelsea, a testament to his excellent work according to Holzer. It is worth noting that Krosche has a contract with Eintracht Frankfurt that extends until 2025.
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