December 29, 2023

After such a hectic summer, it was assumed that Leeds United would not be very active in the January transfer window; nevertheless, Alex Crook claims the Whites are getting ready for a wave of new players.

Thanks to Victor Orta’s relegation release clause, we were quite busy in the summer, adding nine new players while bidding farewell to a long list of others. Eighteen players in all departed Elland Road.

Tyler Adams, Rodrigo, Tyler Roberts, Helder Costa, Adam Forshaw, and Joel Robles were the six who departed on a permanent basis. Eight of the remaining 12 departed on loan by virtue of the relegation loan clause.

Nine agreed to sign. The following people: Ilia Gruev, Glen Kamara, Joel Piroe, Joel Darlow, Djed Spence, Joe Rodon, Sam Byram, and Jaidon Anthony. However, Leeds still needs improvement in a few areas before January.

A no. 10, following Leeds’ attempts to sign Matt O’Riley, Nadiem Amiri, and other players. Daniel Farke is well aware that he needs a left-sided defender, thus a left-back is definitely needed. Leeds will be busy.

According to Crook, Leeds is scheduled to have a busy January to make sure they can return to the Premier League on their first attempt.

According to Alex Crook, Leeds will have a busy January window.
Does Leeds require any more positions? Archie Gray plays on the right side of defense, thus it stands to reason that a different central midfield player would be the target. Most recently, David Brooks is the target.

He might be Leeds’s number ten. It’s possible that players go and replacements are needed. It appears that Willy Gnonto has been given the all clear to depart, with interest shown by Roma, Lazio, and Fiorentina.

If Gnonto leaves, a new winger will be needed, and if Patrick Bamford, Mateo Joseph, or Joffy Gelhardt leave, a new striker will be needed. A new left-back, a new midfield player, and a new number ten. Next week, Leeds might be involved.

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