Your Sunday, July 17 transfer update for Leeds United. Leeds is hesitant to stop Ketelaere’s pursuit. The Athletic reports that despite Charles De Ketelaere’s obvious wish to join AC Milan, Leeds United is hesitant to give up on the Club Brugge attacker. Leeds has been informed that the player will sign with the Serie A champions if AC Milan matches Club Brugge’s asking price. The Whites have said they’ll match the 21-year-wage old’s demands and are willing to match Club Brugge’s £30 million asking price for him. Leeds is still interested in signing the Belgian striker despite exploring other options at the top of the pitch. Leeds United cannot afford to lose a star player whose contribution has been as significant as Raphinha’s. No interest exists for Leeds target in extending Wolves deal. Adama Traore, who is wanted by Leeds United, reportedly has no plans to extend his deal with Wolverhampton Wanderers, according to the Express and Star. The Whites, as well as Premier League rivals West Ham and Everton, have been connected with the Spain international. According to the report, neither Wolves nor Traore are interested in offering the winger a new contract. At Molineux, he still has one year left on his contract. Traore’s transfer to Wolves would be acceptable for a £10 million deal. Marsch is hesitant about the left-back offer. According to The Athletic, Jesse Marsch is unsure whether to accept an offer from Ipswich Town for left-back Leif Davis. With one year remaining on his Elland Road contract, the 22-year-old will have the chance to make an impression during the Whites’ preseason tour of Australia. Kieran McKenna, the Ipswich manager, wants Davis, but Marsch is undecided about letting him go. preferred left-back Due to an injury, Junior Firpo will miss the beginning of the Premier League season, and winger Jack Harrison began at left back against Brisbane Roar recently. READ NEXT: Cooper’s concern and Gyabi’s highlight from observing Leeds United practice in Australia Robbie Fowler is blunt in his assessment of Leeds United’s summer transfer activity. The first season for Leeds United was “tough,” and the second season “can’t be worse,” according to Junior Firpo. Robin Koch stakes a claim on Leeds United’s transfer business while praising one player in particular. Transfer rumors for Leeds United as scouts study a highly sought-after Chilean talent
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