Leeds United chairman Andrea Radrizzani and director Victor Orta have travelled to Valencia to try and agree a deal for Rodrigo Moreno, according to a report from AS.
Leeds have been linked with the 29-year-old for a little while. And it appears that the Whites are determined to get a move agreed as soon as possible.
According to AS, Radrizzani and Orta are in Spain to discuss a deal for Rodrigo. It is suggested that they are expected to meet with Los Che president Anil Murthy.
AS adds that the two clubs have some ground to make up in their respective valuations of the player, but an agreement could be reached for a fee of around £36.1 million.
TBR View: Exciting step for Leeds
After a fairly quiet start to the transfer window, it will excite many Leeds fans that it appears that a marquee signing may not be too far away.
The club have done some excellent business during the early stages of the summer. But the new faces brought in so far look set to predominantly improve the long-term picture at Elland Road.
Rodrigo however, would be a fantastic addition to Marcelo Bielsa’s ranks ahead of the club’s Premier League return.
And with Radrizzani and Orta both reportedly in town to try and tie up a deal, the Leeds fans will be hoping that an announcement may not be too far away.