Leeds United are apparently no closer to agreeing a fee with Turkish club Denizlispor for player Hadi Sacko, reports suggest.
Despite this, Sacko and the club are coming close to agreeing personal terms, Turkish sports website Ajansspor reports.
The 25-year-old had been on loan at Ankaragucu last season, and has done enough to impress other Super Lig sides who now want the player, including Denizlispor, who were close to getting him on a two-year deal.
However, the report suggest that a ‘significant’ fee is now wanted for the winger, which is currently halting the development of the talks.
It is believed that due to his contract running out in June 2020, the club want some kind of remuneration for the winger, but the clubs are too far away at the moment.
Denzilispor board member Ali Farat has confirmed that the club is interested the winger and are trying their hardest to finalise a deal for the forward.
Sacko played 15 times in the Super Lig last year, scoring three times.
With Leeds already signing three wingers for their first team, they will be looking to get some players off the books.
There are a few fringe players which need shipping at Leeds, and Sacko is definitely one after not being able to get into Bielsa’s first team last year.
The club and player will both be looking to get something done, so I think it will be a matter of time before the two clubs meet in the middle with an appropriate fee.