Competition emerges for Brazilian star as previously injured Leeds United duo return to training

Leeds United are now just two days away from returning to Premier League action with Sunday's clash at Tottenham Hotpsur and we bring you all the latest key Whites headlines in one place here.

By Lee Sobot
Friday, 19th November 2021, 8:12 am

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Whites will face competition if looking to sign Brazilian star

Leeds United will reportedly face significant competition if looking to sign Basel striker Arthur Cabral when the transfer window reopens, with Southampton also in the running. (UOL).

WANTED MAN: FC Basel's Brazilian striker Arthur Cabral. Photo by Christian Kaspar-Bartke/Getty Images.

Read all of the latest Leeds United and Premier League transfer news at our round-up piece HERE

Whites duo back in training

Two of the six Leeds United players that have recently been out injured feature prominently in a training video ahead of Sunday's clash at Tottenham.

Find out who is back in business HERE

Marcelo Bielsa's pre-Tottenham press conference

Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa is facing the media on Friday morning ahead of Sunday's return to Premier League action at Tottenham.

Follow everything that is said HERE

Andrea Radrizzani teams up with Kim Kardashian West to help Afghan women and girls team

Leeds United chairman Andrea Radrizzani has hailed the arrival of 130 women and girls footballers from Afghanistan to the UK, teaming up with Kim Kardashian West to help get them here.

Read the full story about the incredible link up HERE

Premier League announces new mega broadcast deal

The Premier League has announced a new £2bn six-year-deal with NBC Universal to show live games in the United States.

Read the full details HERE

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