Here are the latest Leeds United transfer rumours on Tuesday, November 1.
Leeds United are reportedly 'aware' that Juventus midfielder Weston McKennie could become available for transfer in January, according to Dean Jones. McKennie has been linked with a whole host of Premier League clubs in recent weeks with Tottenham and Chelsea also said to be keen.
The 24-year-old has played 16 times in all competitions this season but could be someone who is sold in the upcoming window given Juventus' poor start to the campaign. They currently sit seventh in Serie A and have already been knocked out of the Champions League and some reports indicate McKennie could be allowed to leave.
“So, I think it’s a case of wait and see. Obviously, with the World Cup to come too, we will have to see what his condition and his state of mind is off the back of that.”
Leeds eye Cadiz defender
Leeds United are reportedly among three Premier League clubs interested in a deal for Cadiz centre back Momo Mbaye. That is according to Fichajes.net, who claim that Leeds, Brighton and Southampton are all keeping a close eye on his situation at the La Liga side.
The 24-year-old has only ever made four senior appearances for Cadiz's first team - three of which have come this season - but has already won suitors from across the Premier League. Mbaye's contract at Cadiz is set to expire in 2024 but they are already said to be working on tying him to fresh terms.
Leeds United are reportedly huge admirers of former Real Madrid, Sevilla and Spain manager Julien Lopetegui, according to Alan Nixon. He claims fellow Premier League side Wolves are keen on making him their new boss which could alert those in charge at Leeds.
Wolves have already tried and failed to prise Lopetegui to Molineux following the sacking of Bruno Lage, however the 56-year-old opted against it after the death of his father. Jesse Marsch has been under pressure at Leeds in recent weeks but could've bought himself some more time following the weekend win at Liverpool.
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