Leeds United could be set to revive a move for Heracles midfielder Brandley Kuwas.
According to a report in the Bristol Post, the Whites could make another move for the 26-year-old this summer, when Kuwas will be out of contract.
Leeds had previously eyed a move up for Kuwas in the summer, but saw their advances thwarted with the attacking midfielder staying put with the Dutch side. However, there is a chance now that Leeds will reignite their interest as Kuwas winds down his contract into next summer.
Kuwas has made in excess of 50 appearances for his current club, and is seen as someone who can make the move to Elland Road and add a new dimension to their attacking play under manager Marcelo Bielsa.
A full international with little known nation Curacao, a move into the English game with a club the size of Leeds would no doubt be a huge deal for Kuwas, who has spent his career so far in Europe, namely in the Eredivisie with both Excelsior and now Heracles.
Leeds will be desperate to keep on strengthening their squad in the next few transfer windows as they seek promotion back to the Premier League, with Kuwas the sort of player who is already being identified to come in and make a difference.
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