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Leeds United is set to accept bid for three top players

According to insiders who spoke with Football Insider, Leeds United is anticipated to lose at least three key players before the transfer season closes.

Senior journalist Pete O’Rourke disclosed that Crysencio Summerville, Georginio Rutter, and Wilfried Gnonto are still expected to depart Elland Road this summer in an interview with Football Insider’s Inside Track podcast.

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While Daniel Farke and the United recruitment team are working hard to hang onto his finest players, they are also searching the transfer market for potential successors in case they decide to depart.

All three of Leeds’ standout players, according to sources, consider themselves as elite players who want to leave the Championship and join elite teams.

Leeds United anticipates selling two elite players following a transfer snag.
This summer, Archie Gray already moved out of Elland Road, with a £40 million to join Tottenham in an attempt to play Premier League football on a regular basis.

Leeds‘ concerns about possible financial violations have diminished with Gray’s sale, as there are no longer any players who may be let go.

But according to reports, the club will consider “big offers” for Summerville, Rutter, and Gnonto because all three still have goals beyond winning the Championship.

Football Insider was informed by sources that Leeds will demand £40 million for Summerville; nevertheless, he is still determined to compete at the greatest level and may push his way out.

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While major European clubs are interested in Rutter and Gnonto, they might be acquired should a suitable offer show up at Elland Road.

Although Leeds is anticipated to be active in the transfer market with both inbound and outbound moves, Farke‘s top goal is still to hold onto his finest players.

In the event that important players do depart, the funds will be used to reinvest in the team and hire their successors.

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