Norwich City midfielder Todd Cantwell has dropped a huge hint regarding his future after being heavily linked with a move to Leeds United recently.
With the domestic transfer window still open, clubs have until Friday to get any possible deals over the line, Leeds have been strongly linked with a move to bring Cantwell to Elland Road.
Norwich suffered relegation to the Championship from the Premier League last season but the form of Cantwell was not to be underestimated, as the youngster impressed with six goals and two assists in his 37 top-flight appearances.
Such form has made Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa keen to bring in the midfielder, although reports on Saturday suggested that a deal seemed unlikely.
Todd Cantwell’s latest Instagram post may disappoint Leeds fans
Norwich are seemingly desperate to hold on to Cantwell, with Football Insider claiming the Canaries were doing all they can to keep him at Carrow Road after receiving two bids from Leeds.
However, that claim now seems to have been quashed with the player taking to Instagram to share a goal celebration with the words ‘I love my club’ and ‘We rise together’.
Have Leeds missed the boat with Todd Cantwell?
Having missed out on Michael Cuisance last week, Bielsa is seemingly keen to bring in a new midfielder before the domestic window comes to a close in five days’ time. Such a move for Cantwell now seems increasingly unlikely unless the Argentine can convince Norwich to accept an offer for the 22-year-old.
Leeds have started the season in promising form, which may suggest that they could manage just fine without Cantwell, despite his obvious talents as displayed last season.
However, if Norwich aren’t in the hunt for promotion this season, the Whites may fancy their chances of luring him to Elland Road in the January transfer window instead.
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