Sinisterra made 49 appearances in all competitions for Feyenoord in the 2021/22 season, scoring 23 goals and laying on 14 assists.


The 23-year-old played a key part as Feyenoord went to the final of the inaugural Europa Conference League, scoring six goals and adding four assists from 12 games in the competition.



Resigned to losing their top scorer from last season amid interest from Arsenal, Chelsea and Barcelona, the Whites’ search for creative impetus has led them to the Eredivisie.


Whites director of football Victor Orta has had his eyes on the Colombian as a replacement for Raphinha, according to Dutch daily De Telegraaf, who is expected to be sold soon.



Leeds managed to finish last season in 17th place, securing Premier League football for next season only via a win away from home on the final matchday.


Feyenoord are expected to receive a fee between €20m to €30m for Sinisterra, which would make the Colombian their record sale surpassing Dirk Kuyt’s transfer fee from Liverpool in 2006.



The De Kuip outfit are bracing themselves to lose their top scorer after they qualified for the group stage of the next edition of the Europa League via a third-placed finish last season in the Eredivisie.