Having been relegated with Leeds United last season, Pascal Struijk could have left the club in the summer like many others.

However, the Belgium born centre-back remained at Elland Road, where he has been almost ever-present under Daniel Farke.

Now, with the January transfer window approaching, stories are starting to appear about a potential Leeds exit for the 24-year-old, with Sacha Tavolieri bringing the latest information he has gathered in a video on YouTube.

Recalling that Club Brugge were already keen in the summer, the journalist explains that the interest is still there, and could be acted on.

In fact, Tavolieri states the Leeds defender is ‘interested’ in potentially moving to the Jupiler Pro League side, who will also be glad to know that the ‘price has gone down’ from €18m in the summer to €15m for January.

Now, the question is whether the Belgian side will be willing to pay that much for the Leeds player in the next transfer window, but if they are, then they might be able to get a deal done with the Elland Road side.