Excelsior star Jordan Botaka is set to join Leeds United.
According to FOX Sports, Excelsior winger Jordan Botaka is set to complete a move to Leeds United, where he will pen a four-year contract.
Leeds have already snapped up one winger this summer in Stuart Dallas, but it's clear that manager Uwe Rosler still needs one more wide option, preferably with blistering pace.
Now, it seems that Rosler has got just what he wanted, with FOX Sports reporting that Excelsior star Botaka is set for a move to Elland Road.
The 22-year-old winger impressed in the Eredivisie last season, and played a starring role under now-Brentford boss Marinus Dijkhuizen.
Botaka is known his pace and dangerous dribbling ability, and at just 22 he has his best years ahead of him as Leeds get ready to gamble on his huge potential.
FOX Sports report that the deal between Excelsior and Leeds is ready to be sealed, and Botaka is set to sign a four-year contract at Elland Road before Tuesday's transfer deadline.
The move will give Leeds a pacey threat down the flanks, and combined with the tricky Dallas, the Whites may have the ideal supply line for striker Chris Wood.