Leeds United are one of several clubs eyeing a move for Noa Lang, according to The Telegraph, despite the youngster only recently completing a permanent move to Club Brugge.
Lang has enjoyed an outstanding campaign in Belgium. The 21-year-old joined the club on an initial loan move from Ajax which included an option to buy.
And The Telegraph claims that that option has been taken up with Lang – who is now under contract until 2024 – proving to be Club Brugge’s top goalscorer this season.
He has scored 16 goals in all competitions, while he is also into double figures for assists. So it is little surprise that he is attracting attention from elsewhere.
The Telegraph claims that Leeds are one of several clubs monitoring Lang. It is suggested that his valuation stands at around £20 million.
TBR View: Lang looks to be a perfect player for Bielsa
Almost every single outfield player within Marcelo Bielsa’s squad is capable of playing in more than one position.
So it is not difficult to see why the Leeds boss may be keen on Lang. The Dutchman – who played alongside Pascal Struijk in the Ajax youth ranks (via Transfermarkt) – has predominantly played on the left wing this season.
But he has also played up front, out on the right and in the number 10 role.
And given his form this season, he could potentially prove to be an incredibly exciting signing if Leeds manage to bring him to Elland Road.