Leeds United are still attempting to secure the signing of Udinese midfielder Rodrigo De Paul.
The Elland Road club wish to sign the Udinese playmaker to add some creativity to Marcelo Bielsa’s team.
Football Insider says they are offering a loan to buy deal to the Italian club to sign De Paul.
Udinese reportedly want close to £37million for the player, and Leeds are willing to structure a deal that eventually reaches such a fee.
But they would prefer an initial loan, as it eases the immediate financial burden.
The player wants to come, per The Square Ball, but must wait for his club to accept a bid for him.