Crysencio Summerville is reportedly closing in on a £900,000 move to Leeds United this summer with reports claiming a move could happen this month – and the teenage Feyenoord attacker has now hinted at a move to the Yorkshire club.
Summerville, 18, is highly-rated in his home country. An exciting talent in Feyenoord’s esteemed youth academy, Summerville starred for top-tier Eredivisie side on loan at Ado Den Haag last season – clocking up 22 senior appearances.
The Netherlands Under-19 international netted two senior goals for Den Haag, while also creating three. He has returned to Feyenoord where he has less than 12 months remaining on his contract, and that could be the reason for Leeds’ interest.
Sky Italy journalist Gianluca Di Marzio has claimed that Summerville could be announced on Wednesday, in a deal worth £900,000. Now, Summerville has dropped a huge hint that he is to join Leeds, by following them on Instagram.
TBR’s view – Low-risk signing, but past transfers are a bad sign
Leeds have brought numerous players to Elland Road from the Eredivisie in recent years, with the likes of Kamil Miazek, Jay-Roy Grot and Jordan Botaka all joining from the Dutch’s top tier. Mateusz Klich is a rare success.
Summerville will be hoping to mirror the latter but given his age and his excellent form for Ado Den Haag last season, Summerville is certainly showing all the signs required to be a good addition for the Whites – at less than £1million.