Leeds United fans appear to be divided over whether Andres Guardado would be a good addition at Elland Road.
The Whites are said to be targeting the Mexican in the January transfer window.
And while some Leeds fans would be very excited to see such a high profile player join, others are concerned that Christiansen could be set to overpay for a player who is now 31-years-old.
Why not just pay the money for the Bryan Who we wll@knowistried and tested and is quality— Ron (@ronaallleeds) December 1, 2017
Yeah that’s true, whenever I’ve watched him he looks a quality player, very left footed but so is Alioski tbf— Jack Stanworth (@JackStannyy) December 1, 2017
Not for a someone who is as versatile and talented as he is. Think he would be a sensational signing.— Alex (@AlexSmith2599) December 1, 2017
Think he is a genuine top division player so I don’t think that fee is ott— Paul Mundy (@mundy_paul) December 1, 2017
My feeling is seven pts from last twelve is a good return and massive shift from five games ago. #lufc— kestrel (@BremnersLaces) December 2, 2017
We do urgently need a left back and striker though. Guardado as a left back would be a very interesting move....
If he joins us then Santa is real— Joel (@RockGrot) December 2, 2017
Guardado would add versatility and quality to Leeds’ squad if he was join.
Although the former PSV man is of advancing years, he has still shown his class this season - and provided six assists for Betis in La Liga.
Eyebrows would certainly be raised if Leeds were able to bring in Guardado in January, given the career that the experienced midfielder has enjoyed.
Guardado represented the likes of Bayer Leverkusen and Valencia in his younger years, and his signature would be quite a coup for the Whites.