Leeds United have held a long-term interest in NEC Nijmegen winger Anthony Limbombe.
According to the Yorkshire Evening Post, Leeds United are still interested in NEC Nijmegen’s Anthony Limbombe, but there are two factors which are stopping them from completing a deal at the moment.
Leeds currently feel that Limbombe is over-priced, as Nijmegen are determined not to lose their prized winger on a free.
The Whites also want Limbombe to sort out his differences with his current side, before making a move.
The YEP have reported Limbombe has walked out of training at the Dutch club to try and force through a move.
Leeds have been interested in the 22-year-old for a lengthy period of time, but they have been unable to complete a deal yet.
Garry Monk reportedly feels that the winger would enhance the quality of his attacking options.
Leeds already have a host of players available to play in the forward positions, but Monk would like one more before the start of the campaign.
Leeds have made six signings so far this summer, with more new arrivals expected to be brought in before the season starts.