Noa Lang joined Club Brugge on loan from Ajax last summer and earlier in March, he confirmed he’d signed a contract with the Jupiler Pro League side until 2024.

Having scored 17 goals and contributed 11 assists across all competitions, the winger has managed to draw attention from Leeds United.

Today’s edition of Het Nieuwsblad explains the Whites are keeping an eye on the 21-year-old because Marcelo Bielsa ‘would have a soft spot’ for the player.

So far, the Belgian side have not received an offer or held ‘concrete discussions’ with the Premier League side or any other club for the Netherlands U21 international. It’s also not clear whether Lang would be in favour of joining Leeds United.

Club Brugge ‘have an advantage’ as they can offer Champions League football next season.

They want to keep him at least for one more season, which is why they will ‘tempt Lang with a better contract’.

Lang’s plans for this summer are not made clear in the short report, but he has his eyes set on representing the Netherlands senior team next season.

Regarding his future, he said: “I can’t promise anything. I don’t know what’s going to happen this summer. If I stay, it will be with all my love.”