Liverpool lead race for reported Leeds United target as Joe Gelhardt action is advised
Leeds United are two days away from taking on Leicester City at Elland Road - and we bring you all the key Whites headlines in one place here.
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Liverpool lead race for reported Leeds United target
Liverpool have emerged as the lead contenders to sign Fulham starlet Fabio Carvalho, reportedly ahead of Leeds United and West Ham. The youngster, who has impressed in his Championship outings so far this season, will be out of contract at the end of the season. (Team Talk).
Read all of the latest Leeds United and Premier League transfer news at our round-up piece HERE.
Marcelo Bielsa's pre-Leicester City press conference
Leeds United head coach Marcelo Bielsa is facing the media this morning ahead of Sunday's Premier League clash against Leicester City at Elland Road.
You can follow everything that is said by the Whites head coach HERE
Patrick Bamford injury update
Patrick Bamford has delivered an update on the ankle injury that has forced him to miss Leeds United's last seven games.
Read the latest from the Whites no 9 HERE
Problems at Sunday's visitors Leicester
A Leicester City side hit by a sickness bug were held to a 1-1 draw against Thursday's Europa League visitors Spartak Moscow, three days before Sunday's Premier League clash against Leeds at Elland Road.
David Prutton makes Joe Gelhardt call
Sky Sports presenter and former Whites midfielder David Prutton has penned his latest weekly column on victory at Norwich City, the relegation battle, Sunday's hosting of Leicester - and Joe Gelhardt.
Read Prutton's latest thoughts HERE
Kalvin Phillips praise after latest England call
Gareth Southgate paid a glowing compliment to Leeds United star Kalvin Phillips as the Whites midfielder was named in the latest Three Lions squad upon his return from injury.
Read what the Three Lions boss had to say HERE
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