Leeds United fans have been voicing their pleasure after Phil Hay released some news over a potential transfer for the Whites.
The journalist revealed that Matej Vydra, despite being linked with the club, would not be making the move to Elland Road.
It had been reported by The Daily Mirror that the Yorkshire club were interested in making a move for the out-of-favour Burnley man.
The Czech Republic international has been frozen out by Sean Dyche this season, starting just one Carabao Cup game this campaign. However, despite his lack of starts, the attacker does have two assists in just 148 minutes of football (via Transfermarkt).
Meanwhile, Leeds could well lose Patrick Bamford’s deputy, Eddie Nketiah, after reports from Football Insider that the club expects Arsenal to recall him from his loan spell.
Fans seemed to be pleased after Hay shutdown the reports of a move for Vydra as they took to Twitter to react.
Here is a selection of tweets from the Elland Road faithful:
Wasnt good enough before chose Burnley
Not Good Enough now
Let him rot the Money grabber
— Phil THUMBS UP MAN CRESSWELL💛💙 (@PhilThumbs) December 2, 2019
Don’t want Vydra let him sit on that bench he’s all about the money! We are better than he deserves now imo 💛💙MOT
— ian grundy (@Grundy1976Ian) December 2, 2019
Vydras not as good as Bamford.
— Keep fighting 💙 💛 (@sam51h) December 2, 2019
Not that i am bothered for vydra but surely we are not going to have the same January debacle and collapse we always have due to us not signing anyone if this is the case I can’t believe fans will stand for it #lufc
— Fomo (@FomoLeeds) December 2, 2019
Don’t really understand the fascination with Vydra. He’s not better than what we have at the moment, and I don’t think he’d be good enough for next season if we go up. Don’t get it.
— Ben (@Ben_Paul) December 2, 2019
I don’t want him. You only get one chance to sign for Leeds.
— Ted Atkinson 💙💛 (@tedatkinson) December 2, 2019
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