According to Phil Hay of The Athletic, Leeds United are not likely to move for Rodrigo De Paul in the January transfer window.
Leeds were heavily related to a move for De Paul last summertime. Hay claims that the Whites made a query about the Udinese forward, but they never ever showed concrete interest after being notified that it would take in excess of ₤30 million to secure his signature.
While De Paul was certainly on Leeds’ radar, the club made really little effort in tempting him to Elland Road. In other words, they felt he was too expensive.
De Paul has actually been linked with Leeds again in January, and this time motivated by him with a cryptic tweet– “New Year, new challenges, I’m prepared” on January 2.
However, Hay declares that Leeds are not believing of making a concrete effort to sign him, while sources close to the player likewise feel that it’s not likely the Whites would come up with a future quote for him.
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Graham Smyth of The Yorkshire Evening Post has claimed that Victor Orta has a list of transfer targets ready in case the club requirement to look into the marketplace, but Leeds’ January company is much more most likely to focus on loans for their youngsters than adding new faces for the senior group.
Leeds most likely might seek to generate a new defender with Robin Koch being a long-lasting absentee after undergoing surgical treatment. Diego Llorente and Liam Cooper are likewise presently out hurt and it leaves Marcelo Bielsa short of alternatives at the back.