Leeds United club captain Liam Cooper has reportedly received an offer from Saudi Arabia.
According to TalkSport, the offer on the table is very lucrative and could sway the 31-year old’s decision.
“Liam Cooper’s commitment to getting Leeds back in the Premier League is being tested by a lucrative offer from Saudi Arabia,” Talksport wrote on their website.
“Cooper was one of the first players to take to social media to apologise to fans after the Whites were relegated from the Premier League and vowed that he would ‘never turn my back on the club.’
“But talkSPORT understands the Scotland international, 31, a Leeds player since 2014 and stalwart of their last promotion-winning side, is attracting interest from Al Qadsiah, managed by Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler.”
Cooper has been a long-term servant of the club, haven been at Elland Road for close to a decade. The defender has made 246 appearances for Leeds, lifting the EFL championship trophy in 2019/20. His current deal at the club expires next summer.