Leeds United and Wolverhampton Wanderers are reportedly interested in signing the Belgian youngster Mike Tresor Ndayishimiye.
That is according to reports in Belgium, who state he could be available for a figure in the region of €7 million (£6.2m).
Het Laatste Nieuws, as relayed by Walfoot, is claiming that the 21-year-old is available at that price with Leeds, Wolves, Hellas Verona, Standard Liege, and Gent all interested, although the latter two teams cannot afford him.
The 21-year-old joined Dutch side Willem II on loan from NEC Nijmegen last summer and that deal was made permanent in January after his impressive performances in Tilburg.
The attacker, who can play wide or through the middle scored nine goals and provided six assists in 23 games last season, mostly operating in a central playmaker role. Two of those goals came against Holland’s best two teams last season in Ajax and AZ Alkmaar.
Leeds are known to be after an attacking player who can play centrally and wide, hence the recent interest in Udinese star Rodrigo De Paul.
The Belgium under-21 international also appears to share an agency with current Leeds star Mateusz Klich, which might give Leeds an edge.
It would certainly not be as eye-catching a deal for Leeds as De Paul or Rafinha, who has recently been linked with a move to Elland Road. However, it might be a more cost-effective addition to Marcelo Bielsa’s team.