Leeds United have agreed the intricacies of the deal for PSG forward Arnaud Kalimuendo (20). It is now up to the player himself to agree personal terms with the Premier League side, according to Ignazio Genuardi.
The deal for the PSG academy product comes to just over €20m, with a potential €3m in add-ons taking the total fee to €20.5m. The French champions have also agreed a sell-on percentage.
With discussions between the clubs concluding, it is now up to Kalimuendo himself to reach an agreement with Leeds. The France U21 international is also interested in joining Inter Milan, according to L’Équipe, but the Serie A club are not at the same advanced stage of negotiations as Leeds.
Kalimuendo impressed on loan at RC Lens last season, scoring 12 goals in 34 Ligue 1 appearances. However, he seemingly doesn’t feature in the plans of Luis Campos. The Parisian side are targeting multiple strikers including Gianluca Scamacca (23), Robert Lewandowski (33) and Hugo Ekitike (20).