Long-time Leeds United target Anthony Limbombe’s agent has dropped a big hint about where his future lies come the summer.
The 21 year-old winger looks set to leave his current club, NEC Nijmegen, in the summer after attracting interest from several clubs due to his impressive performances.
When asked about where his client’s future lies, Anthony’s agent, Christian Negouai, said;
“A very good player like Anthony certainly interests English clubs, so he could leave for England, just like he is of interest to clubs of other leagues.”
Scoring seven goals and assisting two in his 30 Eredivisie games this campaign, Limbombe has shone in his second season in Holland.
Usually deployed on the left side of a forward three, the former Belgian Under-19 international starting his career in his country with Racing Genk.
Joining NEC in the summer of 2014 and currently has one year left on his contract with the Dutch outfit.
Leeds offered £1.5 million for the winger last summer but saw their bid rejected by the club who hold a higher valuation of the youngster.