Leeds United attacker could depart Elland Road as star duo return ahead of Brighton trip

Leeds United are working their way towards Saturday evening's Premier League clash at Brighton - and we bring you all the key Whites headlines in one place here.

Thursday, 25th November 2021, 8:44 am

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Whites attacker could seal permanent Elland Road exit

Whites winger Helder Costa could remain at Valencia on a permanent basis if he continues his current form on loan, but the Spanish side would want to negotiate a lower price for him. (Tribuna Deportiva).

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THRIVING: Leeds United winger Helder Costa, left, on loan at Valencia. Photo by JOSE JORDAN/AFP via Getty Images.

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

Star duo return for Whites

Leeds United have revealed more good news from the training ground with footage of Rodrigo and Raphinha back at work.

Find out the latest from Thorp Arch HERE

Brighton hoping for midfield boost ahead of Leeds visit

Brighton boss Graham Potter is hoping to have midfielder Enock Mwepu back fit and available in time to face Leeds.

Read the latest Seagulls team news ahead of Saturday's clash against the Whites HERE

Marcelo Bielsa press conference details

Whites boss Marcelo Bielsa is due to face the media today ahead of United's Premier League clash with Brighton at the Amex Stadium.

Read all of the details HERE

Tony Currie shares his Kalvin Phillips vision

Former Whites star Tony Currie believes there is even more to come from Kalvin Phillips and hopes England can take a leaf out of Leeds United’s book.

Read what ex-Three Lions star Currie had to say about United's modern day England international HERE

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