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Report: Robin Koch set to leave Freiburg for Leeds United

By Rune Gjerulff

Robin Koch is reportedly poised to leave Freiburg for Leeds United.

Robin Koch (Freiburg) blocking a shot from Marcel Sabitzer (RB Leipzig).
Robin Koch (Freiburg) blocking a shot from Marcel Sabitzer (RB Leipzig).Photo: GEPA Pictures/Christian Schroedter/POOL via Picture Point

Freiburg have agreed to sell Robin Koch to newly-promoted Premier League side Leeds United, according to Kicker.

Earlier on Friday, The Athletic claimed that Leeds were closing in on a move for Koch, and it seems the two clubs have now come to an agreement.

According to the report from Kicker, Freiburg and Leeds have agreed a deal worth €13 million plus add-ons for the versatile German international.

Koch is understood to have informed his teammates that he will be leaving the club's training camp in Austria this evening.

The 24-year-old, who has one year left on his deal with Freiburg, has made a total of 87 appearances for the Bundesliga outfit with five goals and two assists to his name.

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