Leeds United defender Robin Koch is attracting the interest of a trio of top clubs including Manchester United following his side’s relegation from the Premier League last season.
According to 90min writers Tom Gott and Graeme Bailey, the Old Trafford club and Tottenham Hotspur are in talks with representatives of Koch with the defender expected to leave the Whites this summer.
Robin Koch due to leave club this summer
The Red Devils are notably in the market for a new center back and after falling behind Bayern Munich in the race for Napoli defender Kim Min-Jae, Erik Ten Hag is thought to be seeking new alternatives if the South Korean’s move to Bavaria goes through.
According to CaughtOffside columnist Christian Falk, German giants Eintracht Frankfurt have also registered their interest in the Leeds defender, who is reportedly available on a free transfer due to a relegation clause being in place in his contract at Elland Road.