The rumored signing of the FC Spartak Moscow forward, Ze Luis, has been stopped in its tracks before it had even begun.
Our team believes that there has been no approach made for the 28-year-old striker who seemingly does not fit the clubs ambitions which are to sign a winger and a center attacking midfielder as proven by the potential arrival of the Welshman, Daniel James.
Additionally, Bielsa has confirmed that Patrick Bamford has resumed training which is a big lift for the club and when he returns it is hard to see where Ze Luis would fit in at Leeds.
Moreover, the club is unwilling to reach too deep in to their pockets to sign the striker after the major signing of former real madrid keeper Kiko Casilla.
Russian outlets suggest that Leeds have made a firm approach for the player however we believe he’s not likely to come to the club as he’s not a player Leeds United are looking for, nor have shown any
A bid has not been made and will not be made.