Leeds United in the frame for Liverpool ace as Gareth Southgate hails Kalvin Phillips
LEEDS United's countdown to the new Premier League season continues and the Yorkshire Evening Post brings you all the latest big Whites headlines here in one place.
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Whites in race for Neco Williams
Leeds United have reportedly approached Liverpool with enquiries about full-back Neco Williams. Southampton are leading the race to sign the £10m-rated Wales international but face competition from the Whites, Wolves, Burnley, Aston Villa and Norwich. (Goal).
Leeds are said to be ahead of Inter Milan in the race to sign Cagliari's £30m-rated ace Nahitan Nandez. The Uruguayan midfielder had been linked with a move to the San Siro, but Inter have now confirmed their move for Hakan Calhanoglu. (Sport Witness).
Read all of the latest Leeds United and Premier League transfer rumours at our round up HERELeeds bid for Celtic defender
Leeds have made a bid for a teenage Celtic defender likened to Kieran Tierney, the YEP understands.
Whites midfielder Kalvin Phillips played another full match for England and in two different roles as the Three Lions ensured they topped their group at Euro 2020 with victory against the Czech Republic.
Read how Phillips got on HERE and how a lucky fan bagged his shirt HEREThe Leeds midfielder was hailed by boss Gareth Southgate and read what Southgate had to say about the Yorkshire Pirlo HEREYoung defender departs for Blackpool
Oliver Casey, a key part of Leeds United's title-winning under-23s side, has sealed a permanent switch to Championship outfit Blackpool.
Read what the young defender had to say about his switch HEREGjanni Alioski cleared
Whites left-back Gjanni Alioski will face no action from the FA after a 'thorough investigation' into a gesture aimed at Burnley's Dwight McNeil late last season.
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