Leeds United transfer news RECAP - Noa Lang reportedly keen on Premier League switch
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Leeds United transfer news RECAP - January 26
Last updated: Sunday, 26 September, 2021, 19:31
- Leeds still seeking first win of Premier League season
- Transfer window closed until January 1
Bids likely for Noa Lang
Leeds have been keen on Club Brugge winger Noa Lang - and bids are expected from both Arsenal and AC Milan for the 22-year-old winger.
That is according to Voetbal24 who say that Lang is keeping ‘all options open.’
Leeds, of course, signed winger Dan James during the summer.
Voetbal24 say: “Noa Lang keeps all options open.
“That is also possible, because there is a lot of interest in him.
“In addition, he will in principle stay with Club Brugge until the summer.
“However, it is already certain that both AC Milan and Arsenal want to make an attempt to steal Lang away from Club.
“He already has a clear preference between those two teams.
“Lang would love to take his chance in England. Arsenal are a club that appeals to the imagination, even if the Gunners are having a bit of a harder time at the moment.
“The question is whether Arsenal will be able to meet Club’s financial conditions. Lang must raise at least 30 million euros.”