Brentford and Wolverhampton Wanderers have both been in touch with Eintracht Frankfurt captain Sebastian Rode about a possible move this summer.

That’s according to SportBILD, who say the Premier League duo have ‘already approached’ his advisor about the possibility of signing the midfielder.

The newspaper explains that while Rode still has a contract until 2024, he has recently been suffering from persistent knee problems, opening up the possibility of a move.

There are interested parties, too, with his performances in the knockout stages of the Europa League, in which he has helped Frankfurt to the final, attracting interest from England.

His performances we ‘so good’ in those games that clubs such as Brentford and Wolverhampton have ‘already approached his advisor’ to ask about the possibility of signing him.

What the player’s response to those enquiries was isn’t mentioned, although we’re sure he’d prefer to wait until the end of the season anyway.

He’s a name to keep an eye on, then, with Brentford and Wolves having already made their first approaches ahead of the summer.