Leeds are yet to finalise a season-long loan deal for Juventus defender Frederik Sorensen, according to InsideFutbol.
Contrary to reports by the Daily Mirror over the past few days, Leeds manager David Hockaday has denied that a deal is finalised for the Danish U21.
Hockaday told Inside Futbol: “Sorensen hasn’t signed to my knowledge” and didn’t know where the deal was and if the player was coming to Elland Road.
He did reveal that the player is on his wanted list, given to owner Massimo Cellino.
The deal is to be a season-long loan worth around £400,000 with an option to buy for a fee of £2.8 million.
Sorensen has spend the last two seasons at Serie A club Bologna and re-signed for Juventus after being at the club previously between 2010 and 2012.