Eddie Howe’s Bournemouth are the latest side to show an interest in Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips, according to Football Insider.
Phillips’ future remains in doubt following Leeds’ failure to win promotion to the Premier League.
The 23-year-old enjoyed a successful season with the Whites, proving to be a key part of Marcelo Bielsa’s side where he featured 44 times.
Coming through Leeds’ academy, they now face the challenge of keeping hold of the midfielder who is also attracting interest from Aston Villa and Southampton.
Howe, in previous windows, has looked to sign up and coming Championship stars such as former Sheffield United midfielder David Brooks who has been a key part of Bournemouth’s campaign.
Bournemouth have also recently signed Bristol City youngster Lloyd Kelly for £13 million.
With Howe giving youngsters opportunities, Phillips may opt for a move to the Cherries over a possible switch to Carrow Road.
Daniel Farke’s side have yet to firm up their interest in Phillips with a concrete bid, so if they remain keen on the midfielder, they may want to act fast.
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Despite promotion to the Championship, it looks likely that Aribo will leave Charlton.
There has been interest from Scottish giants Celtic and Rangers, but whether he would prefer a move to the Premier League is uncertain.
The youngster has enjoyed his first two seasons with Coventry City, winning promotion from League 2 and finishing just short of the playoffs in the following campaign.
Following recent news that Coventry will be playing home games at Birmingham’s St Andrews, could the midfielder want to move with the Sky Blues future being uncertain?
Another Leeds youngster who has been catching the eye, 18-year-old Clarke featured 22 times for Leeds last season and scored two goals.
The midfielder can play on the wing or as an attacking threat down the middle.
Although he didn’t have the season he wanted at Reading, there is no doubting the 23-year-old’s quality.
He has previously had successful seasons with Reading and at such a young age, he is only going to improve.
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