Leeds will have to pay €3 million to sign Adryan permanently.
Leeds United are still to give Adryan a first team chance, while he continues to impress for the under-21s.
After featuring on the bench for the first team under Neil Redfearn, he is yet to make the squad under new boss Darko Milanic.
With the side failing to score under their new manager in their two opening games, it can't be long until the attacker is brought in to give the side new options.
Adryan is in on loan from Flamengo, and Leeds have a permanent option available to sign him at the end of the season.
A report in Italy this week, has claimed the price if they want to do so, is €3 million.
That works out at £2.3 million, and terms of the agreement stipulate Leeds can pay it in installments.
It's a fair commitment for the talented 20-year-old, and would top the highest fee paid this summer of £1.2 million for Mirco Antenucci.
So it really is in Leeds' interests to give the Brazilian plenty of playing time to prove he is worth the investment, although of course if they deem him not up to scratch, then a deal would be a non-starter already.