JUST IN: New multi-million transfer already has legs at Leeds, talk gathers pace

Kalvin Phillips’ transfer back to Leeds United is reportedly on the verge of happening, with the Daily Mail reporting that the struggling midfielder would benefit greatly from going back to Elland Road.

The newspaper published the article in print on April 2 (page 62), and continued by saying that Phillips will be welcomed by his followers and that he is still well regarded at Elland Road.

Love from the supporters could be just what he needs after struggling since moving from Leeds to Manchester City and then to West Ham on loan. A £30 million move was suggested by the Sunday Mirror on March 31.

Is Kalvin Phillips planning to rejoin Leeds United in the summer?
At first, talk of moving back to Elland Road looked like a natural fit, with little more to go on. However, as time passes and new rumors surface, it appears that a return may be imminent.

If Leeds are promoted to the Premier League this summer, it has been reported that they are prepared to offer £30 million to recruit the midfield player—£12 million less than the amount they paid for his

One may draw comparisons to Wilfried Zaha of Crystal Palace, who went through a difficult period at Manchester United before returning to the South London team and making enormous career advancements at a place where he was cherished and liked.

In addition to being a significant transfer for the team, Phillips’ return to Leeds might save his career as a midfielder, whose recent problems have garnered a lot of criticism.

In related Leeds United news, Ally McCoist and Jeff Stelling have offered their predictions for promotion.

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