Leeds United have been linked with the talented Canadian hitman.
Leeds United are lining up a January move for Orlando City hitman Cyle Larin, according to a report in The Sun on Sunday.
The 22-year-old is one of the best strikers in the MLS and has a record of 43 goals in 75 starts for the club.
Leeds, at the moment, have a plethora of striking options.
Pierre-Michel Lasogga, a season-long loan signing from Hamburg, scored twice on his debut yesterday; Jay-Roy Grot was brought in following the sale of Chris Wood, while Kemar Roofe and the injured Caleb Ekuban have both impressed in that number nine role this season.
And fans of the Elland Road seem divided on whether United need another marksman, if their Twitter reaction is anything to go by.
I've said it for a few years now - he is a perfect championship CF - but we won't need him where we are going.— Marco Mollicola (@Mollicola) September 10, 2017
Watched Orlando city a few weeks back v Vancouver. Was a poor standard !— ° G ° (@Gunner_G1bson) September 10, 2017
Can't have too many good players.— sam (usaiz) (@sam51h) September 10, 2017
Would prefer Toronto's Giovinco! Baller!!!— Martin Kelly (@kels9lufc) September 10, 2017
Steer clear of the MLS. It's is absolutely woeful.— Levis Remsey (@LewisRamsey) September 10, 2017
Jeezz looks like he can finish— Stephen Foster (@stephenfoster81) September 10, 2017
Do we actually need him ??— Pal lufc (@PaulWri61022415) September 10, 2017
It will cost the Championship side £2 million to sign the Canada international, The Sun on Sunday goes on to report, but his contract expires at the end of December according to Transfermarkt, so it remains to be seen how that will work.
He has previously been linked with Celtic and Everton.
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