David Brekalo for 6.4 million in the Championship League?! Slovenian international gets a new suitor, Leeds United make an offer
Not only Vanja Drkusic, for whom
David Brekalo could also leave before the end of the summer transfer window for one of the most developed countries in Europe. According to media reports in England, the national team defender has a high-profile suitor, Leeds United, who are believed to be seriously chasing him. The latter was still playing in the elite Premier League last season, where he finished 19th. and dropped out. Nevertheless, the Elland Road club does not have to worry about money, relegation from the elite has earned it more than €100 million. It sounds bizarre, but that’s the way it is. Either way, the purchase of a former member of the
could be a financial spit in the ocean for Leeds United, but if they really paid €6.4 million for him, as is being suggested, it would be one of the most difficult transfers in the history of Slovenian football.
“David Brekalo has become a key player for Viking and several European clubs are interested in him. According to the Norwegian media Aftenbladet, Viking rejected an offer from Turkey’s Beşiktaş at the beginning of the summer. Earlier this month, the Norwegian side rejected several offers from Danish Midtjylland, the last of which was around £4 million. Luton and Coventry are also interested in the highly-rated defender, who Viking wants to keep until the end of the season as he battles Bodo/Glims for the Norwegian title. However, our sources claim that Leeds United could jump in and try to bring Brekal before the transfer deadline on Friday. Leeds is considering an offer of €6.4 million, which it hopes will convince Viking,” they wrote on
If David Brekalo, who has been shining in a Viking jersey for some time now, were to sign for Leeds United, he would become a member of one of England’s most historically iconic clubs. The Elland Road Whites have been national champions three times, most recently in 1992, when the legendary Eric Cantona shone in their jersey . They won the FA Cup and the League Cup once each, and in 1975 they played in the final of what is now known as the Champions League. They played Bayern, who they lost 0:2.
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