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Leeds United line up possible Premier League transfer?

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Leeds United will reportedly try to sign Boca Juniors midfielder Nahitan Nandez if they secure promotion to the Premier League.
By , Senior Reporter | 6mo

Leeds United have reportedly identified Boca Juniors midfielder Nahitan Nandez as a potential Premier League signing.

The Yorkshire giants have enjoyed a strong campaign in the Championship, with Marcelo Bielsa's side currently sitting in third place in the standings.

Leeds will already have targets in mind should they return to the top flight, and according to Ovacion, Nandez is on the club's radar.

A report last year suggested that the 23-year-old had a £12m release clause in his contract, but the most recent claims indicate that Leeds are prepared to pay higher for the Uruguay international if required.

Nandez has just over a year remaining on his contract, which is likely to lead to a decision being made about his future in the coming months.

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