It appears that one of Leeds United’s main aims in the transfer market is to bring in a player who can operate as both an attacking wide player and through the centre.
It has seen the club linked with big names such as Rodrigo De Paul, Rafinha, and, recently, Julian Draxler.
However, all three would carry massive transfer fees and, with Leeds having already spent handsomely on the likes of Rodrigo and Robin Koch, such a deal might not be in the club’s financial parameters.
But there is a cheaper alternative option out there who is seemingly available this summer.
The player in question is Kosovo international Milot Rashica and Leeds should definitely be keeping tabs on the player.
Rashica is all set to leave Werder Bremen this summer and has a release clause of £22 million. Indeed, the likes of Aston Villa and Brighton have been linked with his signature, and the Express and Star reported last month that Villa were ready to seal a deal.
That has gone stale but Rashica is still set to leave his current club this summer.
The 24-year-old, who scored 11 goals and provided eight assists last season, could be a perfect recruit for Leeds.
Capable on the wing or as an attacking midfielder he fits the bill of what Leeds are looking for and considering his age and price-tag, could be a shrewd addition.
If Leeds are looking for a player of this ilk then Rashica appears available and affordable.