Dr. Benjamin List (55), a Nobel laureate in chemistry, expressed deep regret at the news that Daichi Kamada (26) was leaving Frankfurt.
Frankfurt officially announced the breakup with Kamada on the 12th (Korean time). As he became a free agent (FA) at the end of this season, his options for choosing a team widened.
Kamada left the J-League in 2017 and joined Frankfurt. After making just three league appearances in his first season, he went on loan to Sint Traudon. He returned in the 2019/20 season and made the leap to the starting lineup and continued to perform consistently year after year. 메이저놀이터
He proved his competitiveness not only in the Bundesliga, but also in European competitions such as the UEFA Champions League (UCL) and the Europa League (UEL), and began to be courted by several prestigious teams. Teams from numerous leagues showed interest, including Dortmund, Barcelona, Atletico Madrid, Newcastle, Liverpool, Tottenham and AC Milan.
According to German football media 11FREUNDE, Dr. Benjamin List, winner of the 2021 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, praised “Kamada is incredibly fast and has a good football sense. He handles the ball well.”
Dr. Liszt said he would give Kamada a Nobel Prize medal if he renews his contract with Frankfurt, but in the end the medal was not given. Dr. List lamented, “I don’t think the medal could convince Kamada.”
He repeatedly expressed regret, saying, “It is a nightmare for Kamada to leave Frankfurt. He will probably go to his rival, Dortmund.”