Bayern Munich midfielder Michael Cuisance is closer to signing an £18million deal move to Leeds United. The french man has been given permission to speak to Leeds after telling the Champion league winners he wanted more time in the field.
Cuisance cost £9m when he joined Bayern from Borussia Monchengladbach last year and has been watched by Newcastle United. Leeds is now in talks for a five-year contract over the french player. The English club is also interested in Utrecht winger, Gyrano Kerk, and Leicester city Demarai Gray.
Michael Cuisance made just 10 appearances for Bayern and the club is ready to give him out. Leeds are keen on bringing the young star to England.
Meanwhile, The Bundesliga champions are discussing a deal to sign Norwich right-back Max Aaron. After the club missed out on Sergino Dest from Ajax who will join Barcelona.
Leeds will turn direction to signing Norwich ace, Todd Cantwell, with £15m placed for the 22-year-old before the transfer market closes.
When talking to TalkSport, transfer insider Alex crook said. Leeds are in for Michael Cuisance from Bayern Munich, the agreed fee is £18m. “He was really hyped in Germany but he lost his way at Bayern and Leeds are hoping hey can get him back on the right track.
If this happens, and it looks like it will they will have spent close to £80m since their promotion to the premier league top flight. So you cant say he is not been backed.
And they want Todd Cantwell from Norwich as well and they are preparing £15m move for him before next week.
Bielsa’s side won their last premier league game against Sheffield United after signing Real Sociedad defender Diego Llorente. Since then, it has made mention that the club is in search of a central midfielder and a winger.