Leeds United will have to pay an eight-figure fee if they are to sign Hertha Berlin attacker Matheus Cunha this summer.

That’s according to a report from TuttoMercatoWeb, who say the Bundesliga club are demanding €25million for the 22-year-old.

Cunha is one of a number of players who have been consistently linked with a move to Leeds since the transfer window opened.

The Elland Road club are seemingly keen to provide some extra firepower to their attack this summer, with Cunha scoring seven goals in 27 league games for Berlin last season.

Now it seems as though the Whites know just what they will have to pay, if they are to secure the services of the 22-year-old in the coming weeks.

According to this latest update, Berlin are demanding a fee of around €25million for Cunha, which works out at around £21million.

However, Leeds are not alone with their interest in the attacker. It is thought that French side Monaco and Russian giants Zenit St Petersburg are also keen on a deal for the Brazilian.

This may be something worth considering for Leeds.

Marcelo Bielsa’s side could certainly benefit from an extra addition in attack, and Cunha could provide both goals and assists to fill that role.

You do feel that that £21million price-tag is one that Leeds could afford as well, potentially making this a smart move for Leeds to make.

However, they may need to do that quickly given that interest from elsewhere, so this could be another transfer rumour to keep an eye on in the coming days.