Last summer, Club Brugge took Noa Lang on a loan deal from Ajax with the inclusion of a mandatory purchase clause.

Earlier in March, the 21-year-old admitted he’s delighted to have committed his future to Club Brugge until 2024.

Lang has 14 goals and eight assists in 24 league matches this season and his form has caught Leeds United’s attention.

Three days ago, The Telegraph reported Marcelo Bielsa’s side are interested in signing the winger, but will face competition for a summer deal.

Het Belang van Limburg state Club Brugge sources have insisted they have not received any concrete offers for the Netherlands U21 international from the Whites. In addition to this, there has been no ‘official negotiations’ carried out between the two sides.

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The Telegraph also suggested the attacker’s valuation is around €23m, but HBVL state ‘it’s doubtful’ whether the Belgian side will agree for Lang’s sale for the said figure.

That’s because Club Brugge are ‘aiming for an amount higher than €25m’ for Lang, and with this, it will surpass the €25m fee they received when they sold Wesley Moraes to Aston Villa in 2019. 

Club Brugge still have five matches left in this campaign and their manager, Philippe Clement, has confirmed Lang will only take a decision on his future after this season.

“Noa has told me that he will only decide after the season. He already needs his energy on the pitch. First champion with Club, then think: I think that’s a very grown-up attitude for such a young guy,” Clement said.

With Club Brugge making their conditions clear, it remains to be seen whether or not Leeds would be ready to meet those terms to sign Lang.