According to Fi’s news, Leeds United has been aware of Kent’s 20 million pounds liquidated damage clause for some time, and they plan to make an offer at the end of the transfer window.
Rangers had already rejected Leeds United’s £10 million offer for Kent with additional bonus clauses earlier this summer.
This allows Leeds United to look for alternatives, but they are still interested in signing Kent.
Now reports claim that Leeds United will increase its offer to Kent before the transfer window closes on October 5.
Leeds United is unlikely to directly activate the 20 million pounds liquidated damages, Bielsa appreciates Kent very much.
In the attacking position, Manchester United's James is also the target of Leeds United. The newly promoted Premier League hopes to introduce a speed attacker who can dribble the ball through the opponent's defense.