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11/07/2018 - 15:44 GMT

Leeds United Interest In Jonathan Kodjia and Britt Assombalonga Played Down


Talk of Leeds United being interested in Aston Villa hitman Jonathan Kodjia and Middlesbrough hitman Britt Assombalonga has been played down.  

Leeds are having difficulty landing a striker after being priced out of moves for free agent Abel Hernandez and Derby County hitman Matej Vydra.

With the transfer window clock ticking down, the Whites have been linked with Villa's Kodjia and Boro's Assombalonga.

However, according to the Yorkshire Evening Post, there is so far little to suggest Leeds have substantial interest in signing either player.

Cash-strapped Aston Villa could be forced to sell Kodjia this summer, a player they paid an initial £11m to sign from Bristol City two summers ago.

Middlesbrough pounced to snap up Assombalonga from Nottingham Forest last summer for £15m.

Both could represent expensive options for Leeds to sign and whether the Whites would be able to sink in the cash after deeming Hernandez and Vydra too expensive remains to be seen.

Kodjia and Assombalonga are both proven goalscorers at Championship level and Leeds are keen to make sure they have a regular goal-getter in the ranks when next season rolls around.