Leeds devises Kalvin Phillips transfer strategy as England star’s Premier League woes persist

This article contains affiliate links, which means we will receive a commission on any sales we generate from it. Daniel Farke’s side are currently third in the Championship and firmly in the race to return to the top flight, whether automatically or via the play-offs. Phillips joined Manchester City from Leeds in 2022 for £45 million after impressive seasons in the Premier League at Elland Road.

However, his time at Manchester City was challenging, with limited playing time and an inability to find his best form at the club. According to the Daily Mail, Leeds are considering a loan move to bring Phillips back to the club if they secure promotion. Phillips would be open to returning to Leeds if they are in the Premier League, either on loan or permanently, although a permanent transfer from Manchester City is unlikely for less than £30 million.

Leeds will focus on their current tasks before planning for the summer transfer window. They are currently one point away from the automatic promotion places and have won only one of their last five matches, hindering their chances of a Premier League return.

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