Sources: Critical update on Robin Koch’s Leeds United future
Tottenham are keeping tabs on Robin Koch’s situation at Leeds United ahead of a potential summer move, sources have told Football Insider.
Spurs are in the market for a new centre-back and have shortlisted the 26-year-old as a potential target.
The North London side believes Koch could be available for cheap in the summer window should Leeds suffer relegation this season.
Football Insider sources revealed last Saturday (11 March) that Koch, Illan Meslier and Jack Harrison are all ready to quit Leeds if they’re relegated to the Championship.
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Spurs have also shown interest in signing Harrison, who was subject to a bid from Leicester City in January.
They considered a move for Harrison last summer but could reignite interest should he be available at a discount price.
Koch joined the Yorkshire club in 2020 from SC Freiburg following Leeds’ Championship-winning campaign under Marcelo Bielsa.
His current contract at Elland Road runs until next summer, but Leeds could cash in on him at the end of the current season to ensure he doesn’t end up leaving for free.
Koch has remained a regular starter under Bielsa, Jesse Marsch and Javi Gracia at Elland Road.
He has been everpresent for Leeds in the Premier League this season, missing only one match against Nottingham Forest in early February – Marsch’s last game in charge.
In his three years in Yorkshire, Koch has made a total of 66 appearances but failed to open his scoring account at the club.