The Croatia forward has caught the eye representing his nation at the World Cup
Manchester United and Arsenal have joined Tottenham in the race to sign Croatia star Ante Rebic, according to reports.
Rebic, the forward, completed a permanent transfer to Eintracht Frankfurt earlier this summer, having spent the last two seasons on loan with the Bundesliga side from Fiorentina of Italy.
However, Eintracht are open to cashing in on Rebic following his excellent performances at the World Cup, with the 24-year-old helping Croatia reach their first ever final at the biggest sporting competition in the world.
Rebic has scored just one goal – against Argentina – but he has impressed in various roles in Croatia’s attack, including with his performance as a right winger in the semi-final defeat of England on Wednesday.
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Tottenham were linked with Rebic earlier in the summer , and now Manchester United and Arsenal are said to have entered the race to sign the Frankfurt ace.
Sport Bild are running the reports, with claims that Bayern Munich and Napoli have also expressed an interest in Rebic.
It is further stated that Frankfurt are looking to receive around £44million (€50m) for Rebic, if they are to sell the forward this summer.