Popular journalist and transfer expert, Fabrizio Romano has shared the latest transfer update concerning Leeds United, and it has created a huge buzz among the Whites fans.
Romano has claimed on his Twitter account that Leeds are seriously interested in signing Rodrigo De Paul from Udinese this summer.
Phil Hay, arguably the best journalist around covering Leeds, has taken to Twitter to add his own input. He said ‘Leeds aren’t denying interest’ before adding that this window is getting ‘more and more fascinating’.
— Phil Hay (@PhilHay_) August 30, 2020
Many Leeds fans have quickly responded to Hay’s tweet and they are very excited with the update. Here are some of the selected tweets:
Wow. This is huge. Argentine, English, Spanish, and German internationals in our ranks 💉
— MOTweets (@MOTweets1919) August 30, 2020
We’re back on that powder Phil
— Brandon (@LUFC_Brandon_) August 30, 2020
Cracking player.. If we get him in then so far our recruitment has been nothing short of sensational 😍🤞🏼🔥🔥🤑
— Craig (@PremierLeedsMOT) August 30, 2020
This would be unbelievable if we could pull it off
— mathew duffy (@duffy_mathew) August 30, 2020
I feel like i’m in an alternative dimension
— Rყan (@lufcryann) August 30, 2020
Wow what a signing this would be! Are the clubs close to agreeing a deal Phil? What stage we at?
— Matt_robson * (@mattrobbo89) August 30, 2020
This would be an absolutely unreal signing.
— Kalvin Dhillon (@Kaldhillon84) August 30, 2020
Leeds have already smashed their transfer record to pay Valencia £27million for Spain striker Rodrigo at the weekend.
However, it seems, the Whites are prepared to break their transfer record for the second time this summer if they can land De Paul.
The 26-year-old is priced around £30million by the Serie A club, and Leeds are currently in talks to secure his signature.
The attacking midfielder scored seven goals and provided six assists in 34 league games this season for Udinese.
Leeds also secured the signing of defender Robin Koch yesterday. The Germany international joined from Freiburg.