Queens Park Rangers midfielder Eberechi Eze has reportedly remained as a transfer target for Leeds United.
While Eze is QPR's most prized asset, the Championship outfit will sell the playmaker this summer if he does not extend his contract past 2021.
However, The Mirror claims that Leeds are not prepared to give up in the race for the prospect.
Nevertheless, no deal will materialise unless QPR are prepared to lower their valuation below £20m, which they hope to receive if a bidding war ensues over the coming weeks.
Eze contributed 14 goals and eight assists at the second tier during the most recent campaign.