Leeds United are in the market for another winger this summer, and a new name has been added to the frame this week.
Jack Harrison’s future is unclear, whilst Helder Costa hasn’t impressed in the Premier League and Ian Carlo Poveda may need a loan move.
Khvicha Kvaratskhelia is one name suggested in recent weeks, whilst whilst Noni Madueke and Moumi Ngameleu have also been linked.
This week, The Telegraph reported that Leeds are now interested in signing Club Brugge ace Noa Lang in what could be a pricey move.
Lang, 21, would allegedly cost around £20million to buy this summer, meaning he would be more expensive than Raphinha if Leeds pull off a move.
The former Ajax talent has turned his loan move to Club Brugge permanent, and has excelled with 16 goals and 10 assists in a stunning campaign.
Lang would give Leeds an exciting addition out wide, but may leave Celtic feeling pretty gutted.
Goal reported back in August 2020 that Celtic had make contact over a potential deal for Lang, but Club Brugge nipped in to sign him on loan from Ajax with a view to a permanent move.
Lang has enjoyed a great season in Belgium, meaning his value is continuously rising, whilst he’s now wanted in the Premier League.
Celtic could have landed a top young talent and ultimately made a profit on him, meaning a potential move to Leeds could leave them full of regret.