Ajansspor report Turkish club Denizlispor have yet to agree terms with Leeds United with regards to signing Hadi Sacko.

After impressing for Ankaragucu last season, Sacko has been linked with a move to newly promoted Denizlispor and initial claims suggested the Turkish side were close to signing the player on a two year deal.

However, Ajansspor now report Leeds United want a ‘significant’ fee for the 25 year old, which could be an issue for the Turkish side.

Denizlispor board member Ali Firat has also confirmed they are in talks with the Championship side and are trying to find a way to sign the attacker.

However, it seems Leeds’ demands are currently proving to be an issue for the Super Lig side, although Ajansspor claim personal terms with Sacko have almost been agreed.

Sacko is under contract at Leeds until June 2020, so given his situation it seems the English club want some sort of transfer fee for the forward.

The forward played 15 games for Ankaragucu last season and scored three goals, leading to interest from other Super Lig clubs.