Huddersfield Town are not prioritising a move to re-sign Christian Atsu at this stage with the Terriers focusing instead on other key areas, according to English media outlet, Yorkshire Live.
Huddersfield have been linked with a potential move for Atsu this summer and it has been reported that they are closing in on securing his signature with him set to be a free agent after his contract with Newcastle United expires.
That comes with the 29-year-old needing to find a new permanent home after being left out in the cold by the Magpies last season.
However, according to Yorkshire Live, Huddersfield are not going to be pursuing a move for Atsu and at the moment they are focusing on addressing other areas of the squad that need attention.
Those areas are thought to be the full-back positions. Although it is believed that a winger might be targeted later on in the transfer window.
This is not the first time that Huddersfield have been linked with a move for Atsu, with the winger having been reportedas a potential target for them in the summer of 2018 ahead of their second season in the Premier League.