By Mark Smith

31st Aug, 2021 | 11:30am

Midtjylland want to sell Jens-Lyn Cajuste today, Leeds linked

Midtjylland are hoping to sell midfielder Jens-Lyn Cajuste with Leeds United still strongly linked, according to Ekstra Bladet.

The Scandanavian outlet have reported in their print edition, that the Danish side wants to cash in for a fee upwards of £11.5million.

Newcastle and Brentford have also been linked as it looks as though a deadline day exit is more than likely.

Leeds are currently pushing ahead with their move for Dan James.

With the Whites splashing out upwards of £25million, it looks as though it will be their final piece of business.

The Welshman is currently undergoing his medical at Elland Road before jetting away on international duty.

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Andrea Radrizzani and his transfer team always acts when players become available, and Cajuste is exactly that right now.


With the Danish side wanting more than £11.5million, we can’t see that happening today.

Lewis O’Brien was strongly linked, but Phil Hay shared that one was dead in the water after he was given an £8million price tag.

The difference is that Cajuste is a Swedish international, and O’Brien hasn’t played higher than the Championship.

Adam Forshaw has returned after nearly more than two years away, and Marcelo Bielsa looks more than happy with his options in that area.

It is easy to get carried away after the deal for James came out of nowhere, but can we see another one happening? Not today.

In other Leeds United news, Player to finalise Whites personal terms & medical before jetting out of UK – Sky Sports