Leeds United's hopes of signing Aleksandar Prijovic are reportedly under threat from China.
Leeds United were linked to Prijovic earlier this week, with Goal Cyprus reporting they are keen on the international striker.
Prijovic has scored 10 times in 20 games for PAOK this season.
£8.8 million is a big amount for Leeds to pay if they want to sign Prijovic, and the interest from China presents an even bigger threat.
It would leave Leeds unable to compete in terms of wages, even if they could present a more compelling sporting argument, getting Prijovic to play at a higher level and in front of bigger crowds.
Leeds may have to move quickly if they are to land the striker, although for £8.8 million they will have several options if they wish to take their money elsewhere.