Leeds United target Daichi Kamada in Europa League Final

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This was a great week for Eintracht Frankfurt as they reached a European Cup Final for the first time since 1980 where they will face Rangers. However, one of the key stars in the run Japanese midfielder Daichi Kamada could be heading to Leeds United.

As team talk understand the club could look to bring him in after they lost out to Red Bull Salzburg’s Aaronson with the club looking at fresh targets. 

I guess one key factor to this transfer is the transfer fee would be lower than that of an American international such as Brenden Aaronson who has been scouted by Leeds United's American coach Jesse Marsch. The price tag of the Kemada though could well be higher if he lifts the Europa League trophy in Seville. 

English football watchers should not be unaware too of Kamada as he recently scored against West Ham in the Europa League. 

Although much of this will depend on which league Leeds United are in as currently the side are fighting relegation and by June they could be an English Championship side searching for a new manager with Jesse Marsch also out the door. 

If that was to happen I would expect the sides top talent to leave and that their targets will have to be set lower than the impressive Kamada. While with eyes on the exciting attacking midfielder am sure lots of clubs will be keeping a tab on his talents 

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