It appears that Jesse Marsch wasn’t particularly happy with his choices at right-back at Leeds United, and his first port of call has been to address the situation this summer.
Rasmus Kristensen has already arrived from RB Salzburg, but he might not be the only one, as reported interest in other right-backs continues to arrive.
Ola Aina has been mentioned in the past, and now we have Colin Dagba, contracted to Paris Saint-Germain.
The 23-year-old was hardly used by Mauricio Pochettino, with just six appearances in all competitions, and an exit appears to be on the cards for the player.
Foot Mercato have an article on his future, explaining the Ligue 1 champions will let him leave, with five clubs interested in him.
Firstly, Strasbourg in Ligue 1, where ‘first contacts’ have already taken place, but there are some options abroad too, as Villarreal, Eintracht Frankfurt, Mainz 05 and Leeds United are ‘seduced by the qualities’ the right-back has to offer.
Pini Zahavi is the man in charge of the operation, with the four clubs all ‘largely having the means to satisfy both the Parisian club and the player’ on both sporting and financial levels.
No price is mentioned, but considering his place in Paris Saint-Germain’s hierarchy, we doubt the French side will be asking a lot from Leeds if they were to come forward.