English Premier League newbies Leeds United are reportedly interested in the services of Valencia wonder kid Yunus Musah.
The 17 years old winger has not only broken into the Valencia first-team but has already earned his first two (friendly) caps with the United States national team.
The 90Min now reports that Leeds is ‘intrigued’ by the sensational teenager and would want to raid Valencia once again after picking another of their player in Rodrigo over the summer for just £27m.
Musah has started eight of Valencia’s first 10 games this season, scoring against Getafe to become the youngest goal-scorer in club history.
While he is a key member of the squad, Valencia is in the middle of a financial crisis and will be willing to sell one of their most prized assets if they can get proper money to balance books; the player having been linked with a move to Arsenal too.
The youngster is under contract at the club until 2022 and should the player fail to extend his current deal, Valencia will have no option but to listen to offers early instead of losing him for free.
Arsenal are keeping a close eye on former academy starlet Yunus Musah, with Everton, Leeds United and Wolves all keen on the Valencia winger. [90min]— USMNT Only (@usmntonly) November 25, 2020
Arsenal have monitored Musah ever since he left the club, and scouts continue to watch out for the 17-year-old. pic.twitter.com/eHje5dXp4J