HSV Hamburg are ‘still interested’ in Leeds United youngster Crysencio Summerville after trying to sign him in the January transfer window.
That’s according to Frankfurter Rundschau, who say the forward could be available for as little as €2m.
Summerville joined Leeds from Feyenoord in September 2020 but has struggled to break through in the first team since moving up last year.
He’s managed just eight appearances and 225 minutes of football so far, despite Leeds injury issues this season meaning they’ve handed more opportunities to youngsters.
That led Summerville to look for a loan deal in January, but that was eventually blocked by the Whites, who didn’t want to lose him given their squad issues.
A report yesterday indicated that had not put off HSV, with it explained they were still keen and looking at a potential deal in the summer.
Frankfurter Rundschau back that up today stating that the German side are ‘still interested’ in Summerville ahead of the summer transfer window.
They add, though, that his current transfer value is €2m, something their counterparts from MOPO did not offer in their report yesterday.
Now there’s no mention of whether HSV want to pay that, but the figure is presented as being something of a bargain they should take advantage of.
It will all ultimately depend on Leeds’ willingness to let a transfer happen, something they weren’t particularly keen on in January.