Brentford’s play-off hero Emiliano Marcondes attracting interest from several clubs in Europe

Brentford’s play-off hero Emiliano Marcondes attracting interest from several clubs in Europe after the midfielder left the Bees at the end of his contract

  • Emiliano Marcondes is attracting interest from several clubs in Europe 
  • The 26-year-old midfielder left Brentford at the end of his contract 
  • Marcondes scored in the Bees’ 2-0 play-off final victory last month
  • His goal helped earn Thomas Frank’s side promotion to the Premier League 

Play-off hero Emiliano Marcondes is attracting interest from clubs in England, France and Germany after the midfielder left Brentford at the end of his contract.

The 26-year-old Dane netted the second goal as Brentford beat Swansea 2-0 to earn promotion to the Premier League last month.

Marcondes was named man of the match at Wembley, having also set up the winner in the semi-final comeback against Bournemouth.

Brentford's play-off hero Emiliano Marcondes is attracting interest from clubs across Europe

Brentford’s play-off hero Emiliano Marcondes is attracting interest from clubs across Europe

He netted the second goal as Brentford beat Swansea 2-0 to earn promotion to the top flight

He netted the second goal as Brentford beat Swansea 2-0 to earn promotion to the top flight

He netted the second goal as Brentford beat Swansea 2-0 to earn promotion to the top flight

But his contract with Brentford was up this summer and on Thursday it was confirmed he would be one of three players to leave the club on June 30.

That has put sides across Europe on alert and Sportsmail understands other teams in England, as well as clubs in France and Germany, have already made contract offers for Marcondes.

The 26-year-old, a former Denmark U21 international, left his homeland for England in 2018.

Marcondes was named man of the match at Wembley but left the Bees as his contract expired

Marcondes was named man of the match at Wembley but left the Bees as his contract expired

Marcondes was named man of the match at Wembley but left the Bees as his contract expired

He made 97 appearances for the Bees, netting seven goals and creating 13 more to help Thomas Frank’s side reach the top flight for the first time since 1947.

Goalkeeper Luke Daniels and defender Henrik Dalsgaard also ended their stay in West London, with Dalsgaard moving back to Denmark.

This week it was confirmed the 31-year-old will join Danish Superliga side FC Midtjylland after four years in England.

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