Leeds United reportedly wanted to bring 2.Bundesliga striker Marvin Ducksch to the Championship earlier in the year but so do Norwich City.
Leeds United’s links with Holsten Kiel striker Marvin Ducksch appear to have dried up of late.
And it seems that Ducksch could indeed be on his way to England this summer. But Norwich City now appear to be the front-runners to sign a striker that manager Daniel Farke will know well from his time with the Dortmund second team, as reported by the Eastern Daily Press.
But should Norwich’s interest spark Leeds into life?
The Whites struggled for a regular source of goals last season and their most dangerous marksman, Pierre-Michel Lasogga, has now returned to Hamburg following his season-long loan spell at Elland Road.
Ducksch would certainly be a risk, and hardly the proven Championship striker fans are asking for, but he clearly knows where the goal is. The 24-year-old netted 18 times to finish the season as the 2.Bundesliga top scorer and Kiel only missed out on successive promotions after losing to Wolfsburg in the two-legged play-off.
So if Ducksch is to leave this summer, Leeds should consider renewing their interest.
But, with Norwich holding the advantage thanks to the Farke connection and the growing German contingent at Carrow Road, they may have left it too late.