PSV Eindhoven star Cody Gakpo is on Leeds United’s list of options, but they will need to spend big to convince him on a move to Elland Road.

That’s according to journalist Rik Elfrink, who says it will take more than €30m to convince the Eredivisie side into a sale.

Gakpo has been heavily liked with a move away from PSV this summer after a season that saw him score 21 and register 15 assists in 46 games in all competitions.

He has plenty of suitors as a result, and Leeds were brought into the mix yesterday, with it claimed they were looking at Gakpo as a replacement for Raphinha, who is expected to leave Leeds at some point this summer.

The deal would be a major coup for Jesse Marsch’s side, but Elfrink suggests that they’ve got work on their hands to convince Gakpo.

According to him, €30m is ‘not enough’ for PSV to consider a transfer at this point, and there is ‘no transfer stress’ around Gakpo at this point.

He’s currently on holiday, and unless ‘the amounts get higher and the names of clubs get more impressive’, then the situation will not be changing.

In other words, PSV want more money than it was suggested Leeds would pay, and Gakpo is looking for suitors further up the chain, both of which make this transfer unlikely at this moment in time.