Filip Kostic’s failed move to Lazio has cost him dearly and he will be punished by Eintracht Frankfurt.

As reported by Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport (via LazioNews24) earlier today, the 28-year-old Serbian winger was seemingly close to signing the Biancocelesti last week, having already fully agreed to personal terms with the Roman club.

However, Eintracht Frankfurt took their player off the market at the last minute, possibly annoyed by his decision to miss the Bundesliga match against Arminia in order to force through a move.

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This protest will cost Kostic dearly, as he will be fined more than €100,000 and left on the sidelines by the club, who are waiting for his apology in order to possibly reinstate him back into the squad.

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The 28-year-old Kostic, who is contracted to Eintracht Frankfurt until 2023, scored four goals and provided 14 assists in 30 Bundesliga appearances last campaign.

There is a chance that Lazio could return to sign the player in next summer’s transfer window.