Udinese 'demanding £35m for Rodrigo de Paul amid interest from Leeds'

Udinese ‘demanding £35m for star man Rodrigo de Paul amid interest from Leeds and Atletico Madrid’ with Serie A side determined not to lose their prized asset on the cheap

  • Udinese are demanding a fee of £35m for Rodrigo de Paul this summer
  • Leeds and Atletico Madrid are both interested in the Argentina international 
  • Atletico Madrid are struggling to match Udinese’s asking price for de Paul

Udinese are not willing to sell Leeds target Rodrigo de Paul for less than £35m this summer.

Atletico Madrid are also interested in the midfielder but Udinese do not want to lose him on the cheap, as reported by goal. 

Leeds have been monitoring the Argentina international for an extensive period. 

Udinese are not willing to sell midfielder Rodrigo de Paul for less thna £35million this summer

Atletico have already had a bid for de Paul turned down as they offered £17m plus defender Nehuen Perez.

Although Atletico are eager to sign de Paul, they are unable to match Atletico’s valuation of £40m.

Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa has been monitoring de Paul ahead of a potential transfer

Atletico Madrid have an offer of £17m plus defender Nehuen Perez for de Paul turned down

De Paul has been at Udinese since 2016 and has just over three years remaining on his contract. 

The 27-year-old is a key target for Leeds, who are looking to build upon their 9th place finish in the Premier League.

Milan are also reportedly monitoring de Paul, who produced some impressive performances this season.

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