Leeds United managed to assert their dominance on Rotherham United in the second-half at the New York Stadium last time out, as two Mateusz Klich goals sealed all three points.
The Whites currently find themselves sitting pretty at the top of the Championship table, but there’s still a lot more work to be done with a long way still to go before the end of the season.
And, it appears as if the Whites are set to move in for a possible addition, as according to the Sun, Leeds are making a £6 million-plus bid for Daniel James.
Leeds are set to make an offer for Swansea City’s Daniel James.
Recent reports suggest that the Swans will demand a £12m fee, but it’s thought that Leeds will offer the cash plus incentives worth a further £4m, based on promotion and other achievements, to tempt the Welsh club to sell
Interestingly, the Swans may drop the price and accept the Leeds bid during talks in the next 24 hours.
Marcelo Bielsa desperately needs to bring in attacking reinforcements as Jack Clarke continues to attract interest, with a replacement still needing to be found for Samu Saiz, who joined Getafe on loan earlier on this month.
Daniel James made his international debut with Wales against Albania last year, and he has since gone up a level in the Championship at current club Swansea City.
Leeds look set to make a big statement by moving in for the midfielder as he has the potential to become a future star, with four assists already to his name in the current campaign.Like what the TT have on offer? Sign up for more notifications!