A week ago, Belgian journalist Sacha Tavolieri revealed that Leicester City and Luton Town are interested in Royal Antwerp midfielder Pierre Dwomoh.

Back then, it was claimed that the Foxes would soon have a meeting with his agents to discuss a potential summer move.

Now Tavolieri is back with a new story, this time to claim that the conversation between Leicester City and Dwomoh’s representatives did happen.

It’s said club and agents met on Monday to start talks about the transfer and discuss personal terms. His side Royal Antwerp are thought to be demanding €3m for the move.

Luton Town are still said to be in the race, though, despite their relegation to the Championship.

It now remains to be seen if Leicester City will actually come up with an official bid for Dwomoh, although his price makes it clear he’s very much affordable for any Premier League club.

The midfielder may be just 19, but became a regular starter at the Belgian side this season, and that drew interest from English sides.

Luton Town seem to be falling behind in this battle, but aren’t ruled out yet.