FC Schalke 04: Several interested parties for Martin Fraisl
In the summer of 2021 Martin Fraisl moved from the Dutch first division ADO Den Haag to FC Schalke 04, where he repressed S04-veteran Ralf Ferryman and became the number one between the poles. However, the contract of the Austrian runs again in the summer of 2022. The question of his future Fraisl is resistant.
In an interview of the “kicker” with the possibility of a remaining with FC Schalke 04 facing beyond the summer 2022, Fraisl deviates: “We will see,” the goalkeeper is covered.
However, the 28-year-old was not inasta in recent days. “I used the current week to create a profile for me. I have clearly structured which countries or clubs could be in question and what I want or does not want. In short, I have categorized myself and looked as I looked like me Define me and where I could take place, “Fraisl is quoted.
The FC Schalke 04 Feels quite into this profile, but there are also “other options”, which would interest him, so the right foot. However, he has not yet recorded negotiations with the scarce about a new contract. “My full focus is now on the game in Dresden,” says Fraisl.
In principle, however, the final person emphasizes that he feel “great appreciation on the part of the club”. According to “FussballTransfers.com” several first divisions from abroad interested in Fraisl. Which clubs it is, the portal does not reveal.
Clock program of FC Schalke 04 “a blessing”
That Fraisl nevertheless nothing overruns, appears only logical in view of an ambitious statement. “I’ve made myself to play the last ten years of my professional career with one and the same club. I want to play at a high level until I am 42,” Fraisl surprises in conversation with the trade magazine. He started his profile collision late and therefore still the body of an 18-year-old, he justifies.
Martiny, the goalkeeper of the royal blue continues to believe in the return to the Bundesliga. The heavy residual program against rows of direct contributors is “a blessing”. “We have everything in your own hand, that’s a big advantage,” says Fraisl.