Report: Leeds now really want to sign 21-year-old target, he's been left out of his side's squad
Jens Cajuste is now Leeds United’s very top target to come in this summer, The Sun report today (page 49).
Leeds are still yet to bring in a senior addition in midfield, although they have brought in Lewis Bate from Chelsea.
Leeds won’t want to block Bate’s pathway into their first team, as there is a real feeling that he could have a future in their senior squad.
But, for now, it seems that Leeds do want a more experienced addition to bolster their options in the centre of the pitch.
And The Sun say that Cajuste has now moved up to top choice in Leeds’ search for a midfielder.
Indeed, Leeds would apparently be ready to pay Midtjylland £13 million to acquire his services.
Cajuste actually doesn’t have the biggest reputation in England as yet, having never played in the Premier League before.
But he is tipped as one of the best talents in Denmark, and his form has forced him into Sweden’s national side.
The 21-year-old has actually recently been left out of Midtjylland’s match day squads, which suggests that a transfer is edging closer.
And it seems that Leeds will be at the head of the queue to sign him.
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