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Here are the latest Leeds United transfer rumours on Saturday, 13 August 2022.
Leeds United are reportedly one of a host of Premier League sides keeping tabs on Benfica attacker Goncalo Ramos. That is according to 90min.com, who claim that both Newcastle United and Nottingham Forest have held talks over his signing, while Crystal Palace, Everton and West Ham are all also monitoring his situation.
Leeds remain in the market for attacking reinforcements this summer and Ramos fits the bill of the profile the club are looking at in terms of age. Ligue 1 side Paris Saint-Germain are too said to be interested in signing Ramos this summer.
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Leeds United journalist Graham Smyth has shared some behind-the-scenes details regarding the Yorkshire club’s plans for the remainder of the summer transfer window. What’s the news? In a recent report for the Yorkshire Evening Post, Smyth had this to say on the matter. He said: “The Whites are hopeful of getting one of their targets […]In a recent report for the Yorkshire Evening Post, Smyth had this to say on the matter.
Red Bull Salzburg midfielder Mohamed Camara is on the verge of sealing a move to Ligue 1 outfit AS Monaco. That is according to L’Equipe, who claim that an agreement between the two clubs is close as Monaco close in on a replacement for Aurélien Tchouaméni, who moved to Real Madrid earlier in the window.
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Camara was reportedly one of the midfield options Leeds United were considering as a Kalvin Phillips replacement earlier in the window. The Whites instead opted to sign Tyler Adams, who joined from Red Bull Leipzig in July.
Leeds United are reportedly weighing up a move for left-back Kai Wagner. According to the Daily Mail, the Philadelphia Union defender is wanted as competition and cover for Junior Firpo.
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Leeds United have named a strong starting XI to face CagliariThere are a number of new faces on the Leeds bench, which is in-part due to the fact the Whites played a behind closed doors game yesterday. That friendly means some of Leeds' regular first team players have been given the night off. Additionally, Liam Cooper, Cody Drameh, Luis Sinisterra and Adam Forshaw all miss out due to injury.
The Whites have been linked with a number of left-backs this summer. Leif Davis left the club to join Ipswich, Firpo is currently injured and Pascal Struijk started at left-back in the opening day win against Wolves. There is a lack of depth in that position, particularly as Firpo only played 24 league games last season, missing periods of the campaign through injury.
Leeds reportedly believe they can sign Wagner for £2.5 million. Brentford, Fulham and West Ham have all previously been linked with the player.
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Here are our four talking points from Leeds United's 2-2 draw with Southampton at St Mary's Stadium in the Premier League as Rodrigo scores twice before the hosts fight backHad you asked Leeds United fans what they would have taken from the trip to Southampton on Friday, you would suspect a large proportion would have been happy with a point. As it is, context is everything and you will struggle to find many feeling Saturday was any better than a defeat.