Danny Mills has claimed that Leeds United will “definitely” consider moves for Callum Wilson, Josh King and David Brooks now that Bournemouth have been relegated.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs, the former England international suggested that Victor Orta would look to sign any of the Cherries trio if they “became available at the right price”.
Marcelo Bielsa was spotted at Goodison Park on Sunday where Bournemouth played their final Premier League game for the foreseeable future – a 3-1 victory over Everton.
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Eddie Howe’s side’s relegation places significant questions marks over the future of many first team players at the Vitality Stadium.
Leeds are looking to bolster their squad ahead of next season after they ended a 16-year wait to return to England’s top flight earlier this month.
When asked by Football Insider if there is any players he expected Bielsa to have his eye on at Goodison, Mills said:
“They have players like Josh King that have done extremely well.
“Bielsa will only look at the players who would fit his style. Callum Wilson is a possibility as well as David Brooks.
“Wilson, King, Brooks – definitely. You would take all of those players if they became available at the right price. They would certainly do a job in the Premier League next season.”
Wilson scored nine goals in 39 appearances last season whereas King, who has just one year left on his contract with the club, scored six in 26.
Brooks spent the majority of the 2019/20 campaign sidelined with an ankle injury.
In other Leeds United news, Kevin Phillips has told Football Insider it would be a “massive coup” if club pull off swoop for Premier League ace.
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