Leon Bailey has been sensational since his Bundesliga span for the Bayern Leverkusen. He has established himself as a common figure for the German outfits. This did not come as a surprise since his display has been averagely fabulous. He has scored a couple of goals for Bayern Leverkusen as well as assisting and creating chances. This Jamaican sensational had attracted European top-flight clubs who demanded his services. However, due to Bayern Leverkusen demanding a larger spree for the Jamaican sensational, this blocked his move and remained at his parent club.
The topflight teams that demanded Leon Bailey services include Manchester United, Liverpool and also Chelsea. Most of the above teams were suffering from an economic crisis hence they could not meet the player's release clause. Indeed, at a tender age, he was very clinical and also his pace was a nightmare for most Bundesliga defenders. The 23-year-old will be running short of his stay at Bayern Leverkusen since his contract is about to exhaust.
Earlier today reports suggest that Aston villa has started the race to secure Leon Bailey services. Due to the contract situation, Bayern Leverkusen will have to accept any tempting spree over the Jamaican sensation. According to reports, Aston Villa has already tabled an offer of £30m for Bailey. An agreement has not been reached but it is believed to be on the verge of.
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