Hertha Berlin director of football Fredi Bobic has opened the door for Leeds United to sign Matheus Cunha should the player want it.

Cunha has been the star of the show for the Bundesliga side this season, with seven goals and six assists in 27 league games.

He has been heavily linked with a move away in the summer transfer window, with numerous reports over the last few months making it clear that Leeds are big fans of the forward.

It’s regularly been hinted that Hertha are open to a deal at the right price, with that having steadily risen from €30m to €40m.

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While that’s changed, it’s always been stated that it is up to the player to decide his future at the club just a year after his arrival from RB Leipzig.

Bobic has now backed up that stance, revealing there are always offers on the table for the Brazilian, although not namechecking Leeds.

“He has incredible qualities,” he told Tag 24.

“I am very happy that he is with us, has no clause and can contest the future with Hertha.

“But: Is he so happy here that he wants to stay or does he want to move on? We will see. Offers are always there.”