Trapp to ban Victoria’s Secret fiancee from sex if Frankfurt lose to West Ham

Eintracht Frankfurt are hoping to stun West Ham and reach the Europa League final – and Kevin Trapp has an extra motivation to stop the Hammers in their semi-final clash on Thursday night.

It was previously revealed that the Frankfurt shot-stopper – who has kept just one clean sheet during the German outfit's remarkable run to the final four – bans his stunning model fiancee Izabel Goulart from sex whenever he ends up on the losing side.

The Victoria's Secret beauty shared the naughty revelation back in 2018, when Trapp was in between the sticks for PSG. Goulart followed the 31-year-old when he made a permanent return to Germany a year later – and lifted the lid on their relentless bedroom schedule.

The 37-year-old Brazilian stunner – who has also modelled for the likes of Ralph Lauren and Dolce & Gabbana- previously told The Sun: “Kevin and I make love a lot — four or five times a week. But if he has played in an important game and his team loses, I can make myself beautiful, have my nails done and wear my best lingerie – and there still won’t be any sex.”

While Trapp has struggled for clean sheets, it's unlikely that Goulart has been too disappointed with Frankfurt's exploits in Europe, as the German side have racked up the wins. The outsiders have even claimed some of the biggest scalps in the competition, including Barcelona earlier this month.

The Bundesliga outfit have stormed their way into a second Europa League semi-final in three years as they bid to win the competition for just the second time in their history. But West Ham are determined to ensure history repeats itself as they bid to create some of their own in their showdown with the Germans.

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The Hammers last reached a European semi-final 46 years ago – where they ironically came up against Eintracht Frankfurt. On that occasion, the Hammers came out on top but went onto lose in the Cup Winners’ Cup final back in 1976. This time, David Moyes' boys are determined to go one further.

Led by boyhood Hammers fan Mark Noble, West Ham will lock horns with Frankfurt at a packed-out London Stadium on Thursday night before heading to Frankfurt next week. Noble is due to retire at the end of the season – but he's insisted that he won't do a U-turn if his side win the Europa League and book a Champions League spot for next year.

Speaking before Thursday's match, Noble said: 'I've been asked so many times by different people. The reason we'll get to the Champions League is winning the Europa League. Winning the Europa League and lifting the trophy, would I come back after? No. To end on that would be pretty special. I'll happily come and watch the Champions League games with the Europa League trophy on the next chair."

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