Leeds transfers: £26m bid on way; Whites in talks with international
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Leeds transfers: £26m bid on way; Whites in talks with international

Another busy weekend for Leeds United sees Victor Orta reportedly working on transfers involving players leaving Elland Road and others coming in.

Obviously, there is one headline departure which now seems imminent. But it is easy to lose track of everything happening around Leeds right now.

So here is a little round-up of some of the speculation surrounding Leeds’ transfer business…

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Kalvin Phillips set to join Manchester City

Kalvin Phillips’ departure seems painfully inevitable right now. The Yorkshire Evening Post reports that his move to Manchester City will become official upon his return from holiday.

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Offers for Raphinha in ‘last few hours’

There is a little more hope concerning Raphinha. But in truth, that is only because Phillips looks to be all but gone. Marca claimed on Sunday that Arsenal and Chelsea have made fresh offers for Raphinha in the last few hours.

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£26m bid for Charles De Ketelaere

The Daily Mail reports that Leeds are set to make a £26 million for Club Bruges forward Charles De Ketelaere. The Whites face a battle with Serie A winners AC Milan for the Belgian’s signature.

Tyler Adams talks, Mo Camara interest

The Yorkshire Evening Post reports that Leeds are speaking to Tyler Adams about a move. The RB Leipzig midfielder is one of the names on the radar as the Whites look to replace Phillips.

There is also interest in Mohamed Camara. However, the report notes the Red Bull Salzburg star is seen as a more expensive target.

Ben Foster considered

And finally, the Daily Mail has reported that a move for Ben Foster is being considered. The 39-year-old is a free agent after leaving Watford this summer. He would be brought in to provide cover for Illan Meslier.

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