Leeds United Busiest Transfer Window Yet

Kalvin Philips

English Club Leeds United has been one of the busiest clubs in the summer transfer window this season. The club has already made some good money after selling two of their most important players. Raphinha has joined Spanish giants Barcelona and Kalvin Phillips made his move to Manchester City. Boss Jesse Marsch is keen to make moves in the market to strengthen the squad.

6 players have already signed for Leeds United this summer as Jesse Marsch confirmed. Tyler Adams, Marc Roca and Rasmus Kristensen have come in to strengthen the defense. Luis Sinisterra , Darko Gyabi and Brendon Aaronson have come in to lead the attack. These 6 signing have cost a grand total of £90 million. It has been fantastic business by Leeds in this window. They made over £100 million by the sale of Raphinha and Phillips.

But it seems that Leeds are not finished here. They are reportedly in pursuit of a Young striker in the market. Granada have upped their efforts to sign the Spaniard Kiko Casilla from Leeds. The former Real Madrid keeper spent last season at Elche on loan after controversial comments earlier that season. The club is keen to get the keeper off their wage bill and help him find a new club.

Leeds Target Charles De Ketelaere and Josh Tymon

Jesse Marsch’s side are pushing hard for Charles De Ketelaere and are prepared to make a good offer for him. So , he would become the record signing of the club. But the Belgian international is preferring to move to AC Milan. The Italian champions have been really fast in the negotiations with De Ketelaere and a move seems done. Kalimuendo from PSG has been identified as a potential player Leeds can target.

Other than this, they are also looking to make a move for Stoke City left back Josh Tymon. Due to Junior Firpo being ruled out with injury along with Stuart Dallas, Leeds need to Strengthen the left side of the pitch. But, Josh Tymon is assumed to easily cost them £5 million. It will be interesting to see how Leeds make more moves in the market.

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