ADO Den Haag defender Tom Beugelsdijk has confirmed he doesn’t know what is happening with his extension talks with the Dutch side. The defender has just 14 months left on his current deal, and has been linked with a move to Leeds United.

Voetball Zone have reported on comments Beugelsdijk made when asked about his future at ADO Den Haag. The Dutchman said the club needs to act, and if not then he needs to be looking at options for next season. Beugelsdijk went on to say, with ADO Hen Haag in a relegation fight, he doesn’t want to end up playing in the Dutch second tier.

“I’m curious, but I need to know what they are doing. They need to sort this out themselves. I also need to look at next year. I do not want to play in the Jupiler League,” said the Leeds United target.

During the last window we covered reports from the Dutch media that Leeds United sent scouts to Holland to watch ADO Den Haag take on Excelsior. At the time it was reported Leeds United boss Garry Monk was impressed with Beugelsdijk, believing his physicality would make him suitable for English football.

The player also recently talked up a move to England, saying it’s an option he’d consider. With Pontus Jansson again being linked with Southampton, albeit weakly, Beugelsdijk could be a backup option for Monk.