Leeds United given potential January boost whilst youngster outlines future ambitions

Leeds United are counting down the hours towards Saturday's return to Premier League action at home to West Ham - and we bring you all the latest Whites headlines in one place here.

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Reported Whites midfield target could be snapped up in January

Reported Leeds United and Newcastle target Glen Kamara could leave Rangers in January despite only just signing a new deal, according to reports.

NEW DEAL: Glen Kamara, above, has signed a new contract at Rangers but could reportedly still be lured away from the club in January. Photo by Steve Welsh/Getty Images.

His new contract is said to include a release clause that could see him snapped up in the near future. (Football Insider).

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

Marcelo Bielsa's pre-West Ham press conference

Whites head coach Marcelo Bielsa held his pre-match press conference ahead of Saturday's clash against West Ham on Thursday afternoon.

Read what Bielsa had to say HERE and the latest team news HERE

The rise and rise of Charlie Cresswell

Charlie Cresswell stood approximately 6ft 2ins before his head coach discussed him in the press conference to preview Leeds United versus West Ham United, but walked a little taller around Thorp Arch after.

Read the latest on the rise of the young Whites defender HERE

Selfless Marcelo Bielsa encourages staff to push on in own pursuits

Marcelo Bielsa takes no credit for Diego Flores’ step into management and insists his dream is for his Leeds United staff to ‘abandon’ him in pursuit of their own.

Read what Bielsa had to say about Flores and his staff HERE

Whites youngster outlines aims after signing new deal

Liam McCarron has shared his hopes for the future after signing a new two-year deal with Leeds United.

Read the story on the progress of the young left winger turned left back HERE

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