LEEDS UNITED midfield target Rodolph Austin has admitted he’d love to come to Elland Road - if the club can agree terms with SK Brann.
The Jamaican international played for Brann in Sunday’s 6-2 win over Odd Grenland, which saw him score a fine long-range strike.
Speaking about his future to Norweigan reporters after the match, Austin said: “I am 27 years now, and I think the timing is right. But it is between the clubs. If I can go to Leeds, thats something I would like.
“I dont know if this was my last game here, but if it was then it was a perfect way to finish”.
United have already seen a bid of £200,000 rejected for Austin, but are expected to come back in with an improved offer.