Leeds now looking to offload first-team player to PSG in €10m deal

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Diego Llorente will very likely leave Leeds United this summer and Paris Saint-Germain are hopeful of signing the defender for just €10m. 

The centre-back is one of the players that jumped ship when Leeds were relegated to the Championship last season and many fans will not forget this.

The Spaniard is currently on loan at AS Roma, who have a deal in place to sign the 30-year-old at the end of the current campaign for just £4.3m.

Should the Serie A side activate this option, then that could hamper a move to PSG as the French giants were interested in Llorente in January.

PSG failed to land the defender but the interest was evident from all parties.

An update from Roma Metropolitan Magazine has stated the Ligue 1 champions are still looking at Llorente as an option as the Spanish defender could be signed for between €10m-12m (£8.5m-10.3m) at the end of the season.

This would see Leeds lose money on the player having signed him from Real Sociedad in September 2020 as part of a £18m deal.

However, the Championship side will want the 30-year-old off of their books and a potential £10m offer from PSG is a good price, unless Roma spoils the party.

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