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EFL transfer interest growing in Leeds United player

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It seems there is a growing number of clubs interested in signing Leeds United attacker Tyler Roberts this summer.

That’s after a report from The Daily Mail claimed that even more clubs are starting to take an interest in the Wales international.

With Roberts having struggled to settle in the Premier League in particular at Leeds, it seems the attacker could be on the move back to the Championship this summer.

Reports from the Yorkshire Evening Post revealed that the attacker could be available for a loan move this summer, amid interest from QPR and Hull.

It is suggested that such a move could become permanent in the event of a loan club winning promotion to the Premier League, and it seems the list of potential suitors is growing.

According to this latest update, Championship trio Birmingham, Cardiff City and Huddersfield Town – the latter managed by Marcelo Bielsa’s former Leeds assistant Carlos Corberan – are all also keen on the 23-year-old.

As things stand, there are still two years remaining on Roberts’ contract with Leeds, securing his future at Elland Road until the end of the 2023/24 season.

It is perhaps no surprise that this sort of interest emerging in Roberts from the Championship.

While things have never quite worked out for the young attacker during his time at Elland Road, there is no doubt that he still has the ability to make an impact at second-tier level.

Indeed, a move away from Leeds could open the door for Roberts to settle and produce that on a more regular basis, while getting the game time he has been struggling for at Leeds recently.

With that in mind, you do get the feeling that a move to one of these sides for the Welshman, could be best for all involved this summer.

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UCLan Sports Journalism graduate. Have been working for Leeds All Over since summer 2020, and can only be found writing on Football League World.