Maintained narrowly in the Premier League, Leeds United is active at the start of the transfer window to strengthen the workforce of Jesse Marsch. And the English club has already made good progress since it has recruited Brenden Aaronson and Rasmus Kristensen, both from Red Bull Salzburg. Spanish midfielder Marc Roca, in the tough at Bayern Munich, is also on Leeds’ shelves according to the English press, but that’s not all.
According to The Independent, Leeds are also interested in Arnaud Kalimuendo, the promising PSG striker, who had been on loan for two years at Lens, with whom he scored 21 goals, including 13 last season. The English media adds that Leeds made an offer of around €20 million to the Parisian club.
A buyout option for PSG?
“Although PSG are willing to reach an agreement, the negotiations are going to be complicated, because the French champions want a series of clauses. It is almost certain that one of these clauses will be a buyout option, given the obvious talent of Kalimuendo”concludes The Independent.
According FootMercatowhich confirms an offer from Leeds, PSG is claiming €22m for Kalimuendo.