Leeds United are interested in signing Hertha BSC starlet Matheus Cunha in the summer.
With the future of Helder Costa at Elland Road uncertain, it seems as though Marcelo Bielsa has his sights set on signing a new star winger for his side ahead of next season in the Premier League.
According to German publication SportBILD (via Leeds Live), the Whites made an enquiry to sign the Brazilian back in the January transfer window, and are now ready to reignite that interest in the summer.
The report adds that interest in the 21-year-old is becoming more concrete, and Cunha is keen to explore new opportunities too.
Prior to starring for Hertha however, Cunha was on the books at RB Leipzig, and worked under Julian Nagelsmann, and the German was quick to hail the kind of ability the Brazilian youngster has, and the progress he has made since leaving them.
He said: “Matheus Cunha is playing really well at the moment – he’s a huge talent and possesses so much skill.”
And, his former manager at Hertha, Bruno Labbadia, said that Cunha has got the kind of ability and talent to be a real game-changer, and can decide games on his own with a piece of magic.
He said: “Matheus has something special. He can always produce something with a moment of individual brilliance.”
Described as having speed, skill and intelligence by Bundesliga.com, the 21-year-old seems exactly like the kind of exciting winger that could really set Elland Road on fire, and it’s no wonder Leeds are after him this summer.