By Harvey Byrne

Leeds fans on Twitter have given a mixed reaction to the news that midfielder Kalvin Phillips has agreed a contract extension at the club.

The Yorkshire giants announced via their official website and Twitter account on Friday afternoon that the 21-year-old had extended his stay at the club to 2021.

Phillips’ old contract was set to run out in the summer of 2019, but Leeds have ensured that the youth graduate will remain at Elland Road for a further two years.

The midfielder also played in 40 matches for the Yorkshire club in all competitions last season under Garry Monk, returning one goal and two assists.

But, some fans were disappointed with his displays and many feel that he is undeserving of a new contract, while others are delighted to see the club secure the futures of their youth products.

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Here are a selection of their messages on Twitter:

Phillips joined Leeds in 2010 aged just 15 and made his professional debut for the club five years later in April 2015 in a 4-3 defeat against Wolves.

He has now played 52 times in total for Leeds and he will be hoping to add to that in his next four years at the Yorkshire giants.

In other Leeds news, a reliable journalist has given an update on a centre-back wanted by the Whites.

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