By Mark Smith

20th Aug, 2021 | 12:05pm

Leeds agree personal terms with Noa Lang, Brugge deal progressing well

Leeds United have agreed personal terms with Club Brugge winger Noa Lang this week, according to Voetbal Belgie.

Talks are now said to be progressing well between the two clubs as they thrash out a fee to get the deal completed this move.

The Belgian outlet has titled their report as “Lang now on his way to England” as Marcelo Bielsa looks to have got his man.

Things appeared to have gone quiet this week, with Bielsa even admitting that any other transfer business is unlikely.

Could that have been the biggest poker face we have seen yet?

Bielsa has been reported to be a huge admirer of Lang, with Fabrizio Romano sharing our interest throughout the summer.

The Sky Sports journalist has shared on his Twitch channel previously that Leeds have been in agent talks over Lang, and this could be the breakthrough they have been waiting for.

Here we go.

Could we finally be about to secure one of the major signings we have all been praying for this season?

Lang was phenomenal at Club Brugge last season, scoring 16 goals and adding seven assists, and he has already been involved in a goal every 87 minutes this season.

LUFC FANZONE did share that the winger has a release clause over £20million this summer, but Victor Orta may be working hard to bring that down.

This would be a big statement to make, and with Lang “on his way to England”, hopefully, we can expect some movement sooner rather than later.

In other Leeds United news, Phil Hay shares if the Whites will be forced to pull trigger on major new signing