Turkish club Trabzonspor are set to hold talks with English championship side Leeds United over the future of Ghana forward Caleb Ekuban.
Trabzonspor looks set to sign him permanently after his loan deal. According to Turkish outlet Fanatik, a
buy-out clause in his contract worth £900,000 could be met.
The 25-year-old has been very instrumental for the club scoring five goals from 22 games.
He made headlines by scoring two goals from his first two caps for Ghana.
Trabzonspor currently occupy fourth on the Turkish Süper Lig table with 46 points.
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