Leeds United are reportedly interested in signing Croatia international and Dinamo Zagreb star Dominik Livakovic.
The 27-year-old has been incredible at the 2022 World Cup. He was named man of the match after saving three penalties in his team’s shoot-out victory over Japan in the round of 16.
The goalkeeper also saved another penalty in the quarter-final clash against Brazil as his country prevailed on penalties once again.
His incredible performances in Qatar are attracting plenty of interest from several European clubs.
Premier League outfit Leeds United have already been linked with a move for the Croatian.
According to MediaFoot, the Whites have enquired about a potential transfer for Livakovic. The player will cost around €10 million to sign from Dinamo Zagreb.
Illan Meslier is currently the number-one goalkeeper at Elland Road. However, the Frenchman could leave in the summer transfer window with Chelsea and Manchester United interested in him.
The west Yorkshire outfit are looking at Livakovic as a potential replacement for Meslier.
The Croatia international has proved his abilities at the World Cup where some of the biggest football stars underperform. Football blogs are full of such stories when the pressure makes top players fail on the pitch.
The Peacocks should try their best to sign Livakovic who could be a big star at Elland Road.
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