January 23, 2024

It is now “unlikely” that the “unplayable” attacker Leeds United wants to recruit will depart this month.


This month, Leeds United’s efforts to sign a Premier League attacker have proved unsuccessful.


The Whites have been connected to a few players who could improve their front line, but their main priority is to expand their options at the back before the transfer window closes.


Leeds’ patience with relation to their top targets has undoubtedly been tried given the incredibly quiet January transfer season thus far, but one can almost surely be ruled out.


Leeds was one of several Championship clubs that were apparently considering a move for Kieffer Moore, a striker for Bournemouth.


The Athletic, however, reports that Bournemouth is now “unlikely” to approve the “unplayable” attacker’s departure as they try to avoid being shorthanded.


Moore, a target for Leeds, is “unlikely” to go.

Moore is eager to depart in order to obtain consistent playing time somewhere. This season, he has yet to make a single start for Bournemouth in the Premier League.


Ipswich Town, a competitor for promotion to Leeds, and Sunderland and Cardiff City are reportedly among the teams whose loan offer was turned down by the Cherries.


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Moore is one of six Wales internationals—David Brooks, Connor Roberts, Chris Mepham, Neco Williams, and Ben Davies—who have been linked to a move to Leeds this month.


Fortunately for Leeds, though, the club doesn’t really need a new striker this month, so Bournemouth’s decision to prevent his departure may really be a plus because it will prevent promotion rivals Ipswich from signing him.


At the moment, Leeds would like to recruit a central defender in case Charlie Cresswell left, as well as a creative attacker, to bolster their strike force rather than focus on a striker.

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