Leeds United interested in Che Adams

Leeds United have reportedly expressed an interest in making an audacious move for Southampton striker Che Adams if the Saints suffer relegation.

According to Football Insider, the Whites are eyeing Adams as a potential signing this summer to address their issues in the forward line. With Premier League experience, the Scotland international is seen as a valuable addition to the Yorkshire giants.

Leeds are actively searching for a reliable forward to bolster their attack in the upcoming transfer window.

In the January transfer window, the Peacocks expressed interest in acquiring a new central striker and secured the services of Georginio Rutter from Hoffenheim in a record deal. Although he has yet to score in four substitute appearances, the club remains optimistic about Rutter’s potential.

Reports suggest that Leeds United made attempts to sign Hwang Hee-chan from Wolves, but the Midlands outfit was not keen on a mid-season sale. Additionally, both teams are currently involved in the relegation battle, which may have been a factor.

Leeds values Adams’ Premier League experience and may be willing to make a substantial offer for him if Southampton drops to the Championship.

Adams will be in the final year of his contract at St. Mary’s, which means that the Saints may have to sell him or risk losing the frontman on a free transfer.

Adams has had a decent season so far, scoring nine goals in 29 appearances across all competitions.

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