Former Ajax winger Boban Lazic has revealed he’s been given a chance to sign for Leeds United. There have been reports in the past 24 hours the 23 year old is undergoing a trial with the Championship side.

Speaking to Tjerkstra Media, Lazic was asked about reports he was being given a trial by Leeds United: “I can already sign but I want to get to know the club and the coach first. That’s why I’m going to train with them a few times first.”

Leeds United have been busy in this transfer window, with a number of players arriving at Elland Road in recent weeks. The attack has been strengthened with Caleb Ekuban, and Ezgjan Alioski signing for the club this month, and they could be joined by Lazic.

Lazic came thought the Ajax youth system, but only played for the club’s second string. The player also had a spell with Greek giants Olympiacos.

The youngster is currently without a club after previously playing for Dutch side FC Oss. The player’s comments about the decision to sign or not being his, rather than Leeds United’s, could be related to pride.