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Report: Leeds willing to hand Michael Cuisance five-year deal

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Report: Leeds willing to hand Michael Cuisance five-year deal

Leeds United are ready to make another big statement in the transfer market, with the Daily Mirror reporting that the Whites are prepared to offer Michael Cuisance a five-year contract at Elland Road.

Cuisance is one of the latest names being linked with Marcelo Bielsa’s side during this window.

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And the Daily Mirror reports that the Whites are in talks with Bayern Munich regarding a potential move.

The 21-year-old only moved to the Bavarian giants last summer. But the Mirror reports that the Champions League winners would be prepared to sell for £18 million.

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Meanwhile, the Daily Mirror claims that Leeds believe that a deal is possible. And it is also suggested that the Whites would be willing to offer the Frenchman a five-year deal.


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Of course, Leeds were never going to offer Cuisance a short contract. But it still sends out a big message should they manage to sign the youngster to such a lengthy deal.

As confirmed by BBC Sport, Robin Koch and Rodrigo Moreno have penned four-year deals. And it is a similar story for Diego Llorente, according to the club’s website.

That would arguably suggest that Leeds are hopeful that Cuisance can become a real superstar. So perhaps it should not be a big surprise if the Whites focus much of their attention in the coming days on getting a deal done.

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