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Leeds: Dean Jones buzzing at ‘unbelievable’ Charles de Ketelaere

Leeds: Dean Jones buzzing at ‘unbelievable’ Charles de Ketelaere -Leeds United News

Journalist Dean Jones has been reacting to Leeds United’s interest in Club Brugge attacking midfielder Charles de Ketelaere.

The Lowdown: Leeds links

The Whites have been heavily linked with a move for De Ketelaere over the last seven days after Fabrizio Romano broke the news last week.

Described as ‘complete’ by legendary Club Brugge midfielder Gert Verheyen, the 21-year-old is primarily an attacking midfielder who can also play further forward if required.

A journalist in Belgium believes Leeds will make an opening €30m (£25.8m) proposal for De Ketelaere, with Club Brugge holding out for a figure closing to €40m.

The Latest: Jones reacts

Jones, talking to GiveMeSport, said that De Ketelaere is ‘definitely’ on Leeds’ radar and would be a ‘massive coup’ and an ‘unbelievable signing’, should a move go through.

“De Ketelaere would be an unbelievable signing and he is definitely a player of interest.

“I’m personally not sure that Leeds can lure him in because this is a player with a big future ahead of him and I know he is hugely ambitious.

“Honestly, he could probably arrive at any Premier League club and look to make an impact, so it would be a massive coup if Leeds could get him.”

The Verdict: Fingers crossed

De Ketelaere has just come off the back of a stellar campaign with 28 goal contributions.

He’ll be able to play as an attacking midfielder, out wide or as a centre-forward, something which could come in extremely handy for Jesse Marsch.

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It looks as if Leeds may need to pay a club-record fee for De Ketelaere, so it would certainly be an eye-catching move and show some serious intent as both Kalvin Phillips and Raphinha move closer to the exit door.

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