Portuguese side C.D Nacional have yet to receive any offers for their forward Salvador Agra, according to Record. The forward has been linked with a move to Leeds United in the past month, but the Championship side will face competition from other clubs across Europe.
Record have confirmed Nacional haven’t received any bid for Agra despite reports a number of clubs are keen on the former Real Betis man. Agra is one of Nacional’s prized assets, and if they are required to sell in the summer then the forward would command the highest transfer fee along with his club teammates Rui Correia and Ali Ghazal. Leeds United would face competition from Rennes, Malaga and Parma.
Agra came through the Vazrim youth system before getting a move to Real Betis in 2012. However, the 24-year-old only made a handful of games for Real Betis, and during his time with the Sevilla side he was loaned out to the likes of Braga and Siena. Last year he signed for Nacional from the Spanish side, and has since gone on to score 8 goals in 32 league games. Agra has also represented the Portugal U21 side, making 8 appearances.