Leeds United are exploring a move for Club Brugge goalkeeper Senne Lammens, according to The Daily Mail’s Simon Jones.
The Whites have been busy so far this month, bringing in Max Wober from RB Salzburg and Georginio Rutter from Hoffenheim. The latter of the two was a club-record transfer at Elland Road, and Leeds chiefs could bolster Jesse Marsch’s squad even further with a move for Angers midfielder Azzedine Ounahi.
However, along with the Morocco international, Victor Orta and Andrea Radrizzani may also look at bringing in Lammens, a 20-year-old goalkeeper who is out of contract in the summer.
Jones shared an article for The Daily Mail on Sunday, claiming that Leeds are interested in the Belgian youngster and are exploring a transfer.
He reported that the Whites can look at a free transfer in the summer or pay a cut-price fee to bring the ‘keeper to Yorkshire this month, with Lammens already following Marsch’s and Leeds’ Instagram accounts.
TIF thoughts on Lammens …
Lammens, who stands at a towering 6 foot 5, could well be a star in the making and is currently valued at just €600,000 by Transfermarkt. He is a Belgium under-21 international and has made four senior appearances for Club Brugge, featuring on the bench regularly during the current campaign.
Therefore, a move to Elland Road could be a low-risk one by Leeds officials, where you’d expect that Lammens may initially battle Kristoffer Klaesson in the club’s under-21 ranks before potentially becoming Illan Meslier’s long-term replacement, with the Frenchman linked with the likes of Chelsea, Newcastle and Bayern Munich.