Leeds United are expected to wrap up the signing of Weston McKennie before the window closes on Tuesday.

The US international has been the subject of negotiations between the Whites and Juventus for over a week, and it appears he’ll be moving on an initial loan deal.

There’s then a purchase clause, with different slants on how that will come into play. Multiple reports have stated the move could cost Leeds United more than €30m, and there’s now insistence from Italy that such an amount should be considered a great deal.

Calciomercato say fans will have no regrets over the player’s exit, given the potential fee. Whilst McKennie is said to have ‘always honoured’ the Juventus shirt, it’s insisted he could have done more for the club.

According to the report, he’s ‘not remotely worth’ €30m, and if he’d been involved in an exchange with such a fee attached, then it’s stated it would have been similar to the recent ‘capital gains’ scandal which saw Juventus hit with a 15 point reduction, and various other sanctions.

Now it’s down to McKennie to prove his doubters wrong and impress for Leeds United.