Eintracht Frankfurt manager Bruno Hübner says if Kevin Prince Boateng wants to leave his side, he will respect that decision.
The Ghanaian international after just a season at the club is tipped to join Italian side Sassuolo in the coming days.
This move has come as a surprise to many especially after Kevin helping the side win last season's DFB Pokal when they defeated Bayern Munich.
But Hubner who wants the player to stay insists, Boateng's decision to quit must be respected.
"As in the past, the change will take place without a transfer fee. "We stick to the agreements and we respect his wish," said Hübner on Tuesday.
"He just wants to be closer to his family, it's not about money or football matters."