February 1, 2024

Daniel Farke is informed by Luke Humphries of the two additions Leeds United needs to make today.


Today is the deadline, and Leeds United will be working hard over the next sixteen hours to strengthen their defense—exactly what PDC World Championship winner Luke Humphries wants at Leeds.


This month, Leeds said goodbye to several defenders, including Jeremiah Mullen, who departed on loan to Inverness, Luke Ayling, Djed Spence, and Leo Hjelde. Jack Jenkins and Lew Bate have departed.


With the exception of Sonny Perkins, who returned after a poor stint out on loan at Oxford United, six players have gone on loan or left permanently. He will only be in his twenties.


The departure of Spence, Ayling, and even Hjelde indicates that Leeds needs to add a full-back, if not two, as well as possibly another option in the center. On the day of the deadline, it is vital that you make one signing.


In an interview with Sky Sports on deadline day, Humphries—who is well-known for being a die-hard Leeds supporter and the finest darts player in the world right now—urged Farke to add one or two defenders.


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We weren’t playing at our best when the season began. However, he has done a good job uniting the team. Our defense is what needs to be strengthened. Since the beginning of the season, three or four full-backs have left us.


It is imperative that we substitute a full-back, possibly a center-back, as Pascal is hurt. Win the PDC World Darts Championship, and we’ll get promoted if we strengthen that back four, said Humphries.


Luke Humphries lists Leeds’ responsibilities on the day of the deadline.

Leeds unquestionably need a right-back. Even if Archie Gray is back, his injury kept him out of action, which showed how limited Leeds’ alternatives are on the right. All we had to do was turn to Jamie Shackleton.


As a left-wing substitute for Junior Firpo, Sam Byram is considered a viable possibility, while Stuart Dallas is still out. They are extremely prone to injuries. We’re glad Charlie Cresswell is sticking around.


It reduces the requirement for a center-back to be added. But as deadline day approaches, a right-back and possibly a left-sided defender would be ideal. Over the past few weeks, many have become connected.

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