Huddersfield Town are reportedly considering an approach for Monaco striker Adama Diakhaby before the end of the summer window.
Huddersfield Town have reportedly identified Monaco striker Adama Diakhaby as a potential signing before the end of the summer transfer window.
Head coach David Wagner has been proactive, with eight players already coming through the door at the John Smith's Stadium, but it appears that more signings could be made in the coming weeks.
According to Footmercato, the Terriers are interested in pushing through a £5m deal for Diakhaby, who appears to be out of favour at Stade Louis II.
Last summer, the 22-year-old left Rennes to pen a five-year contract with Monaco but just two goals were scored in 22 appearances in Ligue 1.
The France Under-21 international can play in all three forward positions and could potentially provide competition for the likes of Elias Kachunga and Collin Quaner on the flanks.
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