Borna Sosa has been recognized as a possible left-back target for Leeds United and their interest is “concrete”, in accordance with studies.
Leeds are available in the market for a full-back this summer season as they search consolidation within the Premier League. Stuart Dallas has played in a variety of positions and Ezgjan Alioski is out of contract on the end of the season. Subsequently, they should add extra competition in that scenario.
One potential resolution could be the Stuttgart Sosa defender. Based on Sportske Novosti and Kicker, Leeds have an interest within the left-back.
The 23-year-old player has made 24 appearances within the Bundesliga this season, with all however one beginning. He has supplied 10 assistants because of his boards onwards.
That makes it an attention-grabbing possibility for Leeds as they scour the market and Kicker has confirmed they’ve a “particular interest”.
Sosa is under a long-term contract with Stuttgart till 2025. Nonetheless, a request from Leeds might give them one thing to consider. It’s believed that the Whites might afford the asking worth.
On the moment, Leeds haven’t been contacted but however that would change – particularly if Alioski is launched subsequent month.
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Alioski unlikely to join Galatasaray
In the meantime, there was a turn with Alioski’s future. He was anticipated to sign with Galatasaray in Turkey. However now these connections have cooled for three causes.
First, Asal Analiz’s state Gala now not has the funds to offer Alioski the deal he initially sought. Turkish membership Tremendous Lig seem to have hit monetary difficulties and can now not afford to sign the North Macedonian star.
Second, and in consequence, Religion Terim’s side are in talks with 5 players, two of that are options to Alioski.
And third – and maybe most essential to Leeds followers – is as a result of the player needs to keep away from backlash from Leeds followers.
Leeds and Galatasaray have a extremely risky relationship following the death of two Leeds followers forward of the UEFA Cup semi-final back in 2000.
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