At the end of May we covered comments Terence Kongolo made to the Dutch media about potentially continuing at Huddersfield Town.

Speaking to De Telegraaf, Kongolo explained: “They [Huddersfield] want me [for next season]. They indicated that they were satisfied with me. Maybe that’s another option.

“I will soon have talks with AS Monaco to hear what they want. The most important thing for me is play regular football. If AS Monaco gives me a good feeling and has a good future for me, I will stay there. If not, I want to take a step somewhere else. I do not have time for another period like the first half of this season.”

Those comments were taken very well by Huddersfield fans, who very much want the 24 year old to continue with them next season.

Well, here’s some good news from France: Talks are underway and it could be a permanent deal.

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France Football report transfer ‘discussions’ between Monaco and Huddersfield are ongoing going, and those talks could result in a transfer at €15-20m.

That would give the French principality side a profit and give Huddersfield a signing they’ll be really keen to secure as soon as possible. France Football make it sound like a deal isn’t so far away, and right now it sounds good for the Premier League side.