As published by hitc.com,

Leeds United were linked with Algerian hitman Baghdad Bounedjah over the summer.

According to Onze Mondial in France, Marseille have snubbed the chance to sign former Leeds United target Baghdad Bounedjah from Al Sadd.

Bounedjah may not be a household name in English football, but his record in Qatar with Al Sadd is bordering on the ridiculous, having hit 23 goals in just 14 games this season.

The Algerian’s total record for Al Sadd now stands at 87 goals in 71 games, and his goalscoring record has seen him linked with European clubs.

Now, Onze Mondial report that red-hot Bounedjah was proposed to Marseille ahead of the January transfer window, but they have decided to snub a potential move to sign the 26-year-old.

It’s added that a move to England may be on the cards for Bounedjah, and that may just bring Leeds back into the picture; Algerian newspaper L’Expression reported over the summer that Leeds wanted Bounedjah, but backed away over a £13million transfer fee.

Bounedjah’s goalscoring exploits have somehow become even more impressive since that report, and Leeds would be wise to open talks again in

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