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Report: Mexico's Marco Fabian leaving Frankfurt, possibly for MLS

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Mexico national team forward Marco Fabian has told Univision he will be leaving Eintracht Frankfurt at the end of the current Bundesliga campaign, with intentions to move either to MLS or elsewhere in Europe.

Fabian left Chivas in Liga MX to join Frankfurt during the 2015-16 season, and scored seven goals in 23 Bundesliga appearances the following campaign. But he's played fewer than 500 minutes in Germany's top fight since, including only one 63-minute league shift this season.

Prior to his move to Germany, the 29-year-old had spent his entire club career in Mexico, mostly with Chivas but also with with a two-year stint at Cruz Azul.

Internationally, Fabian has 42 caps and nine goals for El Tri on the senior level, and was a contributor off the bench in both the 2014 and 2018 FIFA World Cups.

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