Lang was one of Leeds’ top targets last summer and he has remained on their transfer radar heading into the upcoming window, while their top flight rivals West Ham are also keen on the winger along with Arsenal.


The Dutchman is also a priority target for Italian giants AC Milan, and they are claimed to be holding talks with Club Brugge over a summer swoop for him as they look to beat the likes of Leeds and the Hammers to his signature.



Lang has confirmed that he is not planning to stay at the Jan Breydel Stadium any longer as he wants to move on.


“I could have left last year and I don’t plan to stay at Club any longer”, Lang told Belgian daily Het Laatste Nieuws.



Lang added that he is will not play down claims that link him with a move to AC Milan and stressed his club should allow him to leave even if they receive a bid of €25m for his services, which will be a huge profit for them, even though it is below their asking price.


“I can’t deny that Milan are interested.



“Club [Brugge] will aim for €30m, I think €25m is a good amount.


“€19m in profit in a year and a half.


“They cannot take a dream transfer away from me, because in Belgium I have nothing more to learn.


“My numbers speak for themselves.”


AC Milan are tipped to be the favourites to land Lang in the summer and it remains to be seen whether Leeds or West Ham will turn to alternative targets if they miss out on him.