Leeds were linked with the freescoring Serbian striker in the last transfer window.
Leeds United were linked with a move for Serbian striker Aleksandar Prijovic in the transfer window and may regret not seizing their chance to sign him.
Prijovic has continued in fine form this season, and has netted 19 goals in all competitions.
The striker this week snubbed a move from China and was rewarded by being handed a new deal with PAOK.
The Greek side announced a contract extension for the international striker, reward for his form and decision to stay put.
But where it gets interesting from Leeds’ perspective is that Prijovic’s £8.8m release clause from his previous contract was carried forward into his new deal.
Often a new contract will give the club an opportunity to erase the release clause but Prijovic and his advisors have done well get this kept put.