According to Sportal.bg, Levski Sofia’s teenage goalkeeper Dimitar Sheytanov could be on his way to Leeds United.
Sheytanov is yet to make a first team appearance for Sofia, but the 19-year-old is set to make a move to England after a deal was arranged by the club’s owner Spas Rusev, according to the reports.
According to Sportal.bg, the deal is unlikely to be completed until the end of the month.
The Bulgaria Under-19 international would likely join Leeds U23 side before hopefully progressing to the senior side.
Sheytanov is valued at £90k by transfermarkt.com.
Sheytanov is something of an unknown quantity, having never made a senior appearance, but he has clearly shown enough to impress the Leeds scouts.
The Bulgarian won’t be challenging Andy Lonergan’s gloves any time soon but fans can hope that he and Bailey Peacock-Farrell will provide long-term solutions to the goalkeeping problem at Elland Road.