Kalvin Phillips decision imminent, Gjanni Alioski update and relief for Tyler Roberts - Leeds United key headlines
Missed any of the latest headlines to emerge from Elland Road? The YEP has you covered in our daily round up.
Tuesday's transfer rumours
Gjanni Alioski is edging closer to staying at Leeds this summer, with an offer of a new contract already tabled. (Karar).
Brighton are ready to sell Yves Bissouma this summer and the player favours a move to Arsenal over any other club. (Evening Standard).
You can read Monday's full rumours round-up HEREHarry Kane hails Kalvin Phillips
England captain Harry Kane has paid tribute to Whites midfielder Kalvin Phillips as Three Lions boss Gareth Southgate prepares to cut his 33-man long list for the Euros to a final 26-man squad.
Phillips is the sole Whites player included in the 33 and Southgate has to submit his final squad by 11pm tonight.
The England boss is holding a press conference at 6pm, by which time he is expected to have named his squad.
Phillips injured his shoulder in United's season finale against West Brom but Leeds released a positive fitness update the next day and Phillips has since been training with the Three Lions.
Read what Kane had to say about Phillips HEREMateusz Klich sizes up new task
United's Polish international midfielder Mateusz Klich is heading to the Euros with Poland, buoyed by fresh praise from Whites head coach Marcelo Bielsa.
Now the Pole has a fresh task on his hands - for his country.
Read what Klich has had to say HERETyler Roberts relief
Whites forward Tyler Roberts is another Leeds player heading for the Euros with Wales - but the 22-year-old feared he would miss out.
Read what Roberts had to say about his selection HEREYEP's goal of the season
Yorkshire Evening Post football scribes Joe Urquhart and chief football writer Graham Smyth have cast their verdict on what should be Leeds United's goal of the season.
Read what strikes they chose for the YEP's selection HERE
A message from the Editor:
Leeds has a fantastic story to tell - and the Yorkshire Evening Post has been rooted firmly at the heart of telling the stories of our city since 1890.
We believe in ourselves and hope you believe in us too. We need your support to help ensure we can continue to be at the heart of life in Leeds.
Subscribe to our website and enjoy unlimited access to local news and information online and on our app.
With a digital subscription, you can read more than 5 articles, see fewer ads, enjoy faster load times, and get access to exclusive newsletters and content.
Click here to subscribe.
For more details on our newspaper subscription offers click here.
Thank you Laura Collins