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I think two clubs are fighting to sign a player from Leeds United for €25m – The price is surely delusional if the Whites were to promote

Juventus and Napoli are tracking Crysencio Summerville after his performances for Leeds United this season, but may be deluded about his potential asking price.

Repubblica covered the Italian duo’s interest in the striker today, explaining that they are both keeping tabs on the Dutchman.

Summerville has been the undisputed star of the show for Leeds this season, with 19 goals and nine assists in 43 Championship games so far.

He is the third highest scorer in the league behind Sammy Szmodics and Adam Armstrong and has earned himself a growing list of admirers thanks to his performances this season.

Juventus and Napoli are among those closely tracking him, according to Repubblica, and could move for him in the summer, however “the cost is high” because it is valued at 25 million euros.

That’s a figure that’s prohibitive to say the least for the Italian duo who probably think they can get it for less than that figure.

That seems unlikely, especially if Leeds can secure promotion back to the Premier League through the play-offs in the coming weeks.

Even if they aren’t, then it seems unlikely they’d be willing to sell for that figure, which would certainly be considered low considering his performances this season.

Instead, it feels more like the usual, delusional early interest from Italian sides who are always reluctant to spend if they can avoid it.

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