European giants Paris Saint-Germain are interested in signing Leeds United youngster Nohan Kenneh this summer, according to reports from French media outlet Soccer Link.
The two clubs been closely linked this summer, with Qatar Sports Investments, the major backers of PSG, reportedly interested in taking over the Yorkshire club.
And now, the two clubs have been involved in separate news, this time regarding the prospect of signing Leeds youngster Nohan Kenneh this summer.
The 16-year-old is yet to make a senior appearance for the Whites and is yet to sign a professional contract with the club, but is very highly regarded by coaches at Elland Road.
He was born in Liberia but has been called up to the England under-16 squad in recent times, and primarily plays as a holding midfielder, but can also play in defence.
Kenneh signed a two-year scholarship deal with Leeds back in April, and has since been a regular for their under-18 side.
Leeds have a plethora of talented youngsters coming through the ranks at Thorp Arch, with Jack Clarke being the most recent name to grab the headlines over the past year or so.
The winger recently moved to Tottenham Hotspur, before immediately rejoining the Whites on a season-long loan deal ahead of the 2019/20 campaign.
Kenneh looks to be a really exciting talent, and is a player that Leeds will definitely want to keep at Elland Road for years to come.
The club have developed so many talented young players over the years, with the likes of Lewis Cook, Ronaldo Vieira and Jack Clarke all moving on to higher profile clubs.
Of course, as he hasn’t signed a professional deal as of yet, PSG would be free to come in and take Kenneh if they wanted to, paying only a small compensation fee, not as if money is any object to them anyway!
It remains to be seen whether this deal materialises as part of a potential takeover agreement, but it is shaping up to be an interesting summer for Leeds to say the least.