According to a Chilean report, Leeds United are interested in signing Blackburn Rovers attacker Ben Brereton.
According to RedGol, a Chilean news outlet published by The Daily Mail, Leeds consider signing the Blackburn player in the summer transfer window after his great exploits for Chile at the Copa America.
According to the same report, the Whites are looking for a new winger, and Brereton could be the right match for Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa.
The Argentinian coach has long admired the 22-year-old, who has excelled in England’s second division over the last two seasons.
Brereton’s current contract at Blackburn has one year left on it, according to RedGol, leaving the Yorkshire club in a tricky situation.
According to the report, Blackburn may be inclined to trade the 22-year-old Chile international in order to prevent losing him for free next summer.
The former Chile manager might utilize his connections to assist arrange a trade for the Blackburn player.
Brereton netted seven goals and provided four assists in 40 Championship matches in the last campaign.
In a 1-0 triumph against Bolivia this summer, the Blackburn striker, who qualifies for Chile through his mother, scored his first international goal.