Canada ace Leon linked with Madrid and Barcelona with LaLiga Women's giants rumoured to be considering swoops

ADRIANA LEON has emerged as a summer transfer target for two of Spain's biggest clubs.

The Canada winger, whose West Ham contract is up, is thought to have attracted interest from Real Madrid as well as Champions League finalists Barcelona.

The player is said to be in talks with both LaLiga Women's sides according to information shared by sources with SunSport.

It is also thought an English club is monitoring the WSL winger’s situation.

It is claimed the talks with Real Madrid and Barca commenced following the expiration of her deal with West Ham.

And it is thought the Hammers have allegedly offered the versatile forward a new deal claimed to be two years long.

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Leon has made 43 WSL appearances for the Irons since her January 2019 move to the club from US National Women’s Soccer League side Seattle Reign.

The Canada player made her senior international debut in 2013 netting the only goal in a friendly match win against China.

She helped her national win their first-ever Olympic gold medal at the Tokyo Games where she scored in a 1-1 group stage draw with Team GB.

And the player finished the second-highest scorer behind USA star Alex Morgan in the 2018 Concacaf Women’s Championship.

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This season Leon battled her way to fitness this term following surgery on a foot fracture last November.

The player picked up the injury at the SheBelieves Cup in February 2021.

But she returned to action for Canada last summer.

And the winger enjoyed a good start to the term for West Ham netting in their second game of the season two months before her operation. 

Leon made her 50th appearance in a Hammers vest during their 1-0 defeat of Reading in the fifth round of the Women’s FA Cup in February.

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And she helped her team to sixth place in the league this season, their highest ever finish in the WSL.

News of Madrid's and Barca's interest in Leon comes over a week on from the Irons announcing the departures of skipper Gilly Flaherty and team boss Olli Harder.

Paul Konchesky, who worked as assistant manager last season, has been appointed as the new boss of the Hammers' WSL side.

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