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Journalist issues update on another potential reunion for Jesse Marsch at Leeds United

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Leipzig midfielder Tyler Adams is on Leeds United‘s shortlist of potential transfer targets this summer.

That’s according to Sky Germany journalist Florian Plettenburg, who says the Bundesliga club are ready to sell the American international this summer.

Leeds have already signed one midfielder from Germany this summer, with Marc Roca joining from Bayern Munich on a four-year deal.

Now though, it seems as though Leeds could yet turn their attention to the Bundesliga again, as they look to further add to their options in the centre of the park.

According to this latest update, Adams is a player who Leeds are considering a move for this summer, with Leipzig also thought to be keen to sell the 23-year-old this summer.

Adams has made 103 appearances for Leipzig since joining the club in 2019, and played under Leeds manager Jesse Marsch during his fellow American’s time in charge of Leipzig last season.

As things stand, there are still three years remaining on Adams’ contract with Leipzig, securing his future at the club until the end of the 2024/25 season.

This could be a deal that is worth pursuing for Leeds.

You get the feeling that the Elland Road club could still benefit from the addition of another midfielder this summer, especially given the ongoing speculation around the future of Kalvin Phillips.

The experience that Adams has of top-flight, Champions League and international football could mean he is a useful option to fill that void, while the fact he already knows Marsch could help as well.

Given Leipzig are keen to sell, this could also be an affordable move for Leeds from a financial perspective, meaning this does seem to be worth looking into for Victor Orta and co.

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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.

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