Leeds United reportedly taking Kalvin Phillips action as Whites chairman Andrea Radrizzani slams FA decision
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Kalvin Phillips claims are made as Manchester City reportedly circle
Reports have claimed that Leeds United are willing to make Kalvin Phillips the "highest paid player at the club", as they look to ward off interest from a number of high profile suitors. Manchester City are the latest side to be linked with the England star. (Team Talk).
Winger Noa Lang could be allowed to leave Club Brugge to join a "big club" next summer, according to his manager. The in-demand ace who Leeds have been keen on, thought to be valued at €30m, scored 17 goals in all competitions for his club on loan last season. (Sport Witness).
Read all of the latest transfer rumours at our round-up piece HEREFormer referees' chief expresses Struijk call concern
Former referees’ chief Keith Hackett has expressed concerns over the decision-making process that saw Pascal Struijk sent off against Liverpool, specifically Jurgen Klopp’s on-field confrontation of referee Craig Pawson.
Read what Hackett had to say HERERadrizzani slams FA decision
Whites majority owner Andrea Radrizzani has called the FA's rejection of an appeal over Pascal Struijk's red card 'inexplicable.'
Struijk is now facing a three-game ban and read what United's chairman had to say about the matter HERE
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