Leeds United could be plotting a swoop for RB Leipzig midfielder Tyler Adams this summer if Jesse Marsch needs a new midfield signing.
The Whites may be in need of a fresh face in midfield this summer if they are forced to sell key players.
Jesse Marsch’s Red Bull connection has come in handy thus far with two of his former players joining, and he could add a third in that regard.
RB Leipzig’s Tyler Adams is a player who has been frequently mentioned since the end of the season with Leeds eager to add a midfielder to the ranks.
Here, we look at all the latest information on Leeds’ possible move for the USMNT man…
Are Leeds genuinely interested?
The link between Adams and Leeds initially emerged purely out of logic with fans knowing we needed a midfielder who suits the Red Bull style of play.
Would you like to see any more Red Bull signings?
How much is he going to cost?
Firstly, it’s expected that Leipzig will sell Adams this summer as they bolster their own midfield, so their demands aren’t going to be outrageous.
Transfermarkt value the midfield at £15.3million at the moment.
Is he Kalvin Phillips’ replacement?
Should he leave, Leeds would need to find another midfield to come in, and that’s where Adams enters the equation.
A move for him right now is unlikely with Phillips still a Leeds player, but his sale could trigger a move for the Leipzig man.