To engineer a successful promotion campaign, it is essential that your forward line possesses somebody who can score twenty-plus goals.
Today, Leeds United are being linked with a striker who, given the service, could be just that man.
According to the popular news source, the Daily Mail, Leeds United are preparing to make a bid for the Derby County striker, Matej Vydra.
The 26-year-old Czech international, who netted 21 goals in the Championship last season as Derby finished in sixth place, could become a victim of Derby needing to meet the Financial Fair Play Requirements all clubs must abide by.
As for a transfer fee, our referenced source is mentioning a figure of £10 million which, in our opinion is more than reasonable for a player of Vydra’s stature and age.
In our opinion, Vydra would make a smart investment and could become an instant Elland Road hero if he starts to put the ball in the net. As we’ve said earlier, the fee is also very reasonable, where else would you get a twenty-plus goal a season striker for just £10 million.
But, would it be a move you, the Vital Leeds fraternity, would approve of?
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