£2.3m Leeds United target Sverrir Ingason open to switch

Republic of Ireland's Kevin Doyle in action with Iceland's Sverrir Ingason

Leeds and Huddersfield transfer target is open to leaving Granada.

Leeds United and Huddersfield Town transfer target Sverrir Ingason is open to the prospect of leaving Granada, according to Granada based newspaper Ideal.

The Sun reported this week that Leeds and Huddersfield were keen on a £2 million move for the Icelandic international.

Republic of Ireland's Kevin Doyle in action with Iceland's Sverrir IngasonRepublic of Ireland's Kevin Doyle in action with Iceland's Sverrir Ingason

Ingason is a former Iceland under-21 captain and signed for Granada just in January from Belgian side Lokeren.

Ideal claim that Ingason's release clause is actually 2.6 million Euros (£2.3 million).

He has a chance of leaving Granada after just a few months because the Spanish side were relegated from La Liga last season.

And according to Ideal, Ingason is open to offers and considering his options despite just arriving in Spain.

Iceland's Sverrir Ingason in action with Republic of Ireland's James McCleanIceland's Sverrir Ingason in action with Republic of Ireland's James McClean

While he is not pushing for a move, he is said to be aware of the interest and considers an exit from the club 'feasible' if he gets the right proposal.

Ingason, 23, made 17 appearances for Granada in La Liga last season but found it tough to make an impact for the doomed side, with his team winning just three of those matches.

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