By Kevin Campbell

22nd Jun, 2022 | 3:16pm

Leeds United told to seal 'four quality signings' after '£100m' claim - pundit

Kevin Campbell has urged Leeds United to use the money potentially raised from the sales of Kalvin Phillips and Raphinha to fund “four signings” this summer.

Speaking exclusively to Football Insider, the ex-Arsenal and Everton striker said Jesse March’s side need “quality and quantity” ahead of the 2022-23 campaign.

Phillips and Raphinha have both been heavily linked with moves away from Elland Road in this window.

Both players have two years remaining on their current contracts.

As revealed by Football Insider (22 June), Phillips is expected to complete a near £50million move to Man City before the transfer window shuts.

Arsenal, Tottenham and Barcelona are interested in Raphinha, who is valued at north of £60million by Leeds United.

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When asked by Football Insider how the money should be reinvested in the eventuality both players are sold, Campbell said: “If I’m honest, Leeds need quality and quantity.

“If they have £100million to spend from selling Raphinha and Phillips they should go for four quality signings. That would get you four really good players.

“Leeds need bodies. They need a bit more depth but they also need quality.

“Yes, £25million will not get you the top, top players but it will get you experienced, good, solid pros.

“You could get four or even five of them in with that money. The squad would be a lot stronger for it as well.”

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