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11/01/2019 - 12:18 BST

Leeds United Did Not Make Move To Land Midfielder Despite Scouting Effort

 




Leeds United did not make an official offer for Steven Zuber, who joined Stuttgart on loan earlier this week, it has been claimed.

The 27-year-old midfielder was firmly on Leeds’ radar in the January transfer window, and the club watched him to assess the possibility of signing him this month.




But the Swiss left Hoffenheim and joined Stuttgart on loan until the end of the season earlier this week for a hefty loan fee.

It has been suggested in some quarters that Zuber did not want to play in the Championship, but it has been claimed Leeds never gave the midfielder a decision to make.

 


According to the Yorkshire Evening Post, the Whites never tabled an official bid to land Zuber despite scouting the midfielder extensively over recent months.

It has been suggested that despite having an interest in him, Marcelo Bielsa was not sold on bringing Zuber to Elland Road.

 


Leeds have prioritised signing a goalkeeper this month and could have even struggled to compete financially for Zuber as Stuttgart forked out a €600,000 loan fee, without a purchase option, to sign him.

The Whites do want to sign a winger or a creative midfielder this month if the right kind of players become available.