Leeds United reportedly 'want' Manchester United winger Dan James as Red Devils hint at green light
There are now just two days left of the summer transfer window - and you can catch all of the latest Leeds United headlines in one place here
Missed anything over the weekend. Our Monday morning round up has you covered.
Manchester United winger 'wanted' by Whites
Manchester United winger Daniel James is reportedly wanted by Leeds United and Everton ahead of Tuesday’s transfer deadline following Cristiano Ronaldo’s arrival. Brighton are also in the running. (The Sun).
Leeds United and Liverpool are ‘genuine contenders’ to make a late summer move for Sampdoria's impressive young attacker Mikkel Damsgaard. (La Repubblica).
Read all of the latest Leeds United and Premier League transfer rumours at our round-up piece HERE
Red Devils hint at green light
Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has hinted that Dan James could leave the Red Devils before Tuesday’s 11pm transfer deadline.
Read what Solskjaer had to say at our live blog which is running throughout Bank Holiday Monday HERE
The Verdict on Sunday's draw at Burnley
Leeds signed off for the September international break with Sunday's 1-1 draw against Burnley at Turf Moor.
Read a report of the game HERE and chief football writer Graham Smyth's verdict HEREOur player ratings from the clash can be viewed HEREWho had a good day, who had a bad day and what was the game's turning point? Find out HERE
Reaction from full-blooded encounter at Turf Moor
Leeds faced a very physical battle at Burnley and we have reaction from Patrick Bamford HERE plus Luke Ayling HERE and also Jack Harrison HERERead the thoughts of Whites head coach Marcelo Bielsa HERE and Burnley boss Sean Dyche HEREOur YEP Jury have had their say on the encounter HERE
Chris Wood on Whites 'kick in the teeth'
Former Leeds striker Chris Wood has offered some Burnley perspective into Sunday's game, admitting his side were given "a kick in the teeth"
Read what Wood had to say HERE
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