Leeds United key headlines: Whites linked with raid for West Brom star, Liam Cooper injury latest
The Yorkshire Evening Post rounds up all the latest Leeds United headlines in one place for Thursday morning - missed any of the news from Elland Road? We've got you covered.
Thursday's headline transfer rumours
Leeds United have been linked with a move for West Brom's £25m-rated winger Matheus Pereira.
The ten-goal Brazilian ace looks set to leave the Hawthorns this summer, following his club's relegation. (Express)
Meanwhile, the Whites have firmed up their interest in versatile Hertha Berlin attacker Matheus Cunha. (Bild)
Read all of the latest transfer chatter in our morning round up HEREMarcelo Bielsa's pre-Burnley press conference
Whites head coach Marcelo Bielsa is facing the media on Thursday morning ahead of Saturday lunchtime's Premier League clash against Burnley at Turf Moor.
Leeds will be looking to push on after Saturday's superb 3-1 success at home to Tottenham Hotspur which has the Whites sat in tenth place in the Premier League table with three games left.
Bielsa is expected to provide an update on the fitness of captain Liam Cooper who missed the victory against Spurs.
Read the full story HEREJon Bon Jovi heading to Elland Road
Leeds United owner Andrea Radrizzani has invited American rockstar Jon Bon Jovi to Elland Road - after sharing a picture of him in their kit.
The owner shared the picture of famous rocker Jon Bon Jovi, 59, in the team colours on Twitter.
Read the full story HEREWhat is making the Cookstown Cafu tick?
Stuart Dallas is enjoying a stellar end to an overall superb season, playing in a number of different positions.
The Northern Ireland international has become one of the club's Premier League stars and chief football writer Graham Smyth has looked at what makes the Cookstown Cafu tick.
Read the full story HERENo room for sentiment in final three games
Leeds now only have three games left of the Premier League season and the Whites have long since been safe from the drop.
However, there will be no room for sentiment when it comes to handing players outings in the last trio of fixtures.
Chief football writer Graham Smyth explains why HERE
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