Leeds United now look the front runners for a deal that could potentially conclude their attacking woes.
The club have entered the race to sign out of favour attacker Emre Mor.
Previously at Dortmund, the forward has struggled at parent club Celta Vigo and loan club Gala****** to gain first team opportunities and is looking for a team to reinvent his career.
At the age of 22 years old, there’s plenty of time for Mor to continue on the promised potential that saw him seal a £9million deal to Dortmund who are known for farming young talent.
Known for his incredibly pace, skill and ability to beat a player; Mor has struggled to find a league that his skills can translate to goals and assists. However, under a coach like Bielsa and a system that supports free roaming attacking movement, he could flourish.
The Danish born player is said to be keen on a move to LS11 and is attempting to push the move forward. However, with poor form and a history of disobedience Leeds are weighing up the pros and cons of a deal.
It’s expected Mor will join the club on an initial loan with a view to a permanent deal in the summer.
Once called the “Turkish Messi” can this attacker find form in a move to Leeds and can the club steal a potential game changer? Have your say in the comments below.
By Ryan Ingham