Leeds United will be able to speak to Strømsgodset forward Abdul-Basit Agouda in the coming days, due to his contract situation not changing with the Eliteserien club.

The Championship side have been linked with the youngster in recent weeks, and can move in on the player when his contract expires tomorrow.

Agouda still hasn’t committed himself to Strømsgodset despite the Norwegian club offering a new deal, and it’s looking likely he will leave in the new year.

Last month we covered reports that Leeds United travelled to Finland to watch Agouda play for Norway’s U18s. The youngster scored in his side’s 4-0 victory over Finland.

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It’s been claimed Agouda has turned down two contract proposals from his club, and it seems the Leeds United target will be moving on.

The 18 year old has concerns about the lack of games he’s been getting with his club, and wasn’t involved in Strømsgodset’s final games of last season.

Leeds United will be able to sign the player as a free agent, just paying training compensation.