Earlier on Saturday we covered claims from Marca about Leeds United interest in José Gómez Campaña. The Spanish newspaper said the Whites had contacted Levante to ask about the possible transfer.

As far as Marca had it, things hadn’t progressed much further than that, with the La Liga side wanting €30m for their midfielder.

ElDesmarque have it differently, and according to their own information, they claim Leeds United have ‘presented a firm offer’ for the Spaniard. That bid went in on Friday and was made up of €15m plus a further €3m in potential bonus payments.

That hadn’t been immediately rejected, but seems low compared to the asking price and also given the 27-year-old has been called up by the Spanish national team.

A fee of €15m probably isn’t enough for someone who could be a Spanish international midfielder in a matter of days, and the odds are Leeds would have to add a chunk to their bid to stand any chance of being successful.