Leeds are negotiating to sign £23m-rated Feyenoord winger Luis Sinisterra as a replacement for outgoing Brazilian star Raphinha – and are in talks for Tyler Adams and Charles De Ketelaere
- Leeds are in talks to sign Feyenoord winger Luis Sinisterra to replace Raphinha
- Chelsea agreed a fee of £55m plus add-ons for Brazilian star Raphinha last week
- The Whites are also in negotiations to sign Tyler Adams and Charles De Ketelaere
Leeds United are in talks with Feyenoord over a deal for Colombia international Luis Sinisterra.
The 23-year-old winger scored 23 goals last season and has emerged as Leeds’ prime target to replace Raphinha.
Chelsea agreed a fee of £55m plus add-ons for Brazilian wideman Raphinha last week but Barcelona, the player’s preferred destination, countered with an offer on Thursday.
Leeds United are in talks with Feyenoord over a deal for Colombia international Luis Sinisterra
The 23-year-old winger has emerged as Leeds’ prime target to replace wideman Raphinha (10)
Leeds have still to accept that offer as it is understood to amount to £51m paid in instalments of £17.2m.
And Feyenoord want a club-record fee of around £23million for Sinisterra, who also has interest from Everton.
However, talks are advancing with Leeds who hope to wrap up the speedy Sinisterra’s signature ahead of their tour to Australia.
Jesse Marsch’s side are also in negotiations for forward Charles de Ketelaere, and Tyler Adams
Talks are ongoing too for RB Leipzig midfielder Tyler Adams, who would be a replacement for Kalvin Phillips, who has just joined Manchester City for £45m.
Jesse Marsch’s side are also in negotiations for Club Brugge forward Charles de Ketelaere.
The Whites have already signed forward Brenden Aaronson, full back Rasmus Kristensen and midfielders Marc Roca and Darko Gyabi this window after narrowly avoiding relegation from the Premier League last season.