Reported Leeds United target could be sold in January as chairman Andrea Radrizzani hatches Whites plan

Leeds United are working their way towards Friday night's Premier League clash at Newcastle United - and we bring you all the latest Whites headlines in one place here.

By Lee Sobot
Tuesday, 14th September 2021, 9:18 am

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Whites target could be sold in January

Reported Leeds United and Spurs target Nahitan Nandez could yet leave the club this season, with the £26m-rated midfielder tipped to be sold in January as Cagliari look to "cash in" on the in-demand Uruguayan. He's been capped on 44 occasions for his country. (Sport Witness).

SPECULATION: Cagliari Calcio's Uruguay international midfielder Nahitan Nandez, above, is continually linked with the Whites. Photo by ERNESTO RYAN/AFP via Getty Images.

Read all of the latest Leeds United and Premier League transfer rumours at our round up piece HEREFormer Premier League officials split on Struijk red card

Whites defender Pascal Struijk's red card for his challenge on Liverpool's Harvey Elliott has split the opinion of two former Premier League referees.

Read the thoughts of Keith Hackett and Mark Halsey HEREWhites chief hatches plan for fresh start at St James' Park

Leeds owner Andrea Radrizzani believes the Whites can start their season afresh on Friday night against Newcastle United.

Read the thoughts of United's chairman HEREMagpies dealt injury blows ahead of Whites clash

Newcastle are set to be without at least one of their star men for Friday night's Premier League clash against Leeds at St James' Park.

Read the latest Magpies team news HERE

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