Sweden international Linus Wahlqvist has told the Swedish media he’s not yet made a decision on his future. The IFK Norrkoping defender has been linked with a January move to Leeds United in recent weeks.
Speaking to nt.se, Wahlgvist was asked about the recent interest from other clubs, and whether there have been any developments. The 20-year-old revealed not much has happened, but he was spoken to his agent about concentrating on next season. Walhlgvist said he is happy at IFK because he’s in the early stages of his career, but he will see what his options are when the time is right.
“Right now not much has happened. I have told my agent that I want to focus clearly on next season, but I really enjoy working at IFK and I think I’m still developing here. We will see what is available, but right now I have nothing concrete to think about,” said the Swedish full back.
Earlier this month we covered reports from Sweden that Leeds United were interested in Wahlqvist along with Stoke City. It was claimed Leeds United were preparing a bid for the youngster, and could look to move in on the player when the window opens in January.
However, the two English clubs will need to convince his club to sell him given he still has two years left on his contract.