Former Leeds United player David Norris believes that signing Noni Madueke would offer the club something different.
Marcelo Bielsa has got Leeds playing attractive, high intensity football, with the club reaping the praise of many fans who have watched them.
Despite being easy on the eye to watch, Norris believes that Leeds need other ways of playing, saying: “That high intensity all the time, I don’t always think is going to work because teams will just step off and let them do their thing or play a bit longer and take that out of it.
“Teams are going to know more about them, so they might need a couple of different ways and options of playing.”
Madueke would add to Leeds attacking flair, with the ability to operate both as a winger and also down the middle as a striker. Last season for PSV Eindhoven, Madueke scored nine goals and provided eight assists in all competitions, showing that he will contribute to Leeds attack should he sign for the Elland Road outfit.
When asked by Football FanCast what Madueke will bring to the team, Norris added: “I think his composure is his big thing and he looks like he can play.”
According to Football Insider, the England Under-21 international has been linked with Leeds previously, but the Elland Road outfit were put off by his £25m price tag. That price is now believed to have been reduced to around £20m, which could see Leeds look to prise Madueke away from PSV this summer.