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18th Aug, 2017 | 1:30pm

Thomas Christiansen delivers Leeds transfer update

By Harvey Byrne

Manager Thomas Christiansen refused to give too many details away in his Friday transfer update, stating “we will see” when asked about any potential deals.

The Yorkshire giants have been busy this summer under the Danish boss and new owner Andrea Radrizzani, bringing in 12 senior players in total, including handing permanent deals to both Pontus Jansson and Hadi Sacko.

The club’s last signing came in the form of Ouasim Bouy on a free deal from Juventus on August 2 and while fans are keen to see the club bring in a new centre-back, there doesn’t appear to be any concrete links.

But, Christiansen has given fans some hope after he told in his Friday press conference, as covered by the Yorkshire Evening Post that the club are still working to see if any further deals are necessary for Leeds.

“We will see, we are working on it to see if it is necessary.”

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Leeds were reported by Sky Sports to have offered a new three-year deal to striker Chris Wood on Friday and that offer could have been taken out of the club’s summer transfer budget.

The Yorkshire giants’ good start to the new campaign under Christiansen could also be playing a factor as they remain unbeaten after four matches in all competitions with two wins and two draws, which sees them sit in seventh place in the league.

In other Leeds transfer news, this Premier League attacker eyed by the Whites favours a move to Newcastle.

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