According to a claim in the Austrian media, Sturm Graz midfielder James Jeggo has yet to be offered a contract by the club.
The 25 year old will be out of contract with the Austrian side next summer, and last week was linked with a move to Leeds United.
Kleineze Itung have reported Sturm Graz have a potential problem with nine of their players set to be out of contract at the end of the season, including Jeggo. Its been revealed six of these players have been offered a contract extension by the club, but as yet the Leeds United target hasn’t received one.
They say Jeggo has held initial talks with Sturm Graz sporting director Günter Kreissl, to get a feel of the situation, but no contract has been offered to the midfielder.
Last week we covered reports Leeds United are monitoring the situation with Jeggo, with Kreissl conceding the player could leave Sturm Graz next summer.
The Championship side will be able to speak to Jeggo in January with regards to a pre-contract agreement, and there’s a possibility they can land him on a free transfer.
Hull City and Middlesbrough are also reported to interested in the Sturm Graz player.