Championship midfielder reportedly on Leeds United's radar as Kalvin Phillips issues message after return from injury
Leeds United are now working their way towards Sunday's Premier League clash at Norwich City - and we bring you all the latest key headlines in one place here.
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Reading midfielder John Swift reportedly on Leeds United's radar
Reading midfielder John Swift has reportedly alerted several Premier League sides, including Leeds United and Newcastle United, with his stellar early season form. (Sheffield Star).
West Ham are keen to sign Club Brugge attacker Noa Lang. Leeds and Arsenal have also been linked. (Voetbal Nieuws).
Read all of the latest Leeds United and Premier League transfer news at our round-up piece HERE
Kalvin Phillips sends message to fans ahead of Norwich trip
Kalvin Phillips has sent a message to Leeds United's fans after the Whites were knocked out of the Carabao Cup at Arsenal on the midfielder's return from injury
Hear what the Yorkshire Pirlo had to say HERE
Carrow Road clash is no gimmie
With their two points and two goals scored, Norwich City look as tricky as a two-inch putt on a totally flat green, but this is the Premier League where there are no gimmies and Leeds United have the yips.
Read chief football writer Graham Smyth's take on Sunday's clash at Carrow Road HERE
Marcelo Bielsa hails Cody Drameh progress
Cody Drameh is in the best form of his 14-month Leeds United career according to head coach Marcelo Bielsa.
Read what the Whites boss had to say about the 19-year-old right back HERE
Tony Dorigo sounds note of Joe Gelhardt caution
Former Leeds United defender Tony Dorigo believes Joe Gelhardt will go a ‘hell of a long way’ but cautions against expecting consistency from the teenager just yet.
Read what the former Whites star had to say about the young forward and also Crysencio Summerville HERE
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