With the probability of Leeds remaining in the Championship very high, it is becoming more and more likely that Charlie Taylor will depart the Elland Road club at the end of the current campaign.




The 23-year-old left-back is out of contract at the end of the season and has previously rejected offers of a new deal to remain at Leeds. Taylor has been linked with moves away from Leeds in all of the past three transfer windows but Leeds reiterated their desire to keep Taylor for at least the remainder of his current deal.

With the summer window coming up, it is thought the likes of West Brom, Liverpool and Stoke City are all chasing the Leeds academy graduate. Leeds will be in line to receive compensation should Taylor move on at the end of the season unless he decides to move abroad.

Should Taylor move, Leeds will need to find a replacement. We take a look at 5 players who Leeds should look at during the summer transfer window.




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4 COMMENTS

  1. We have three right backs Ayling, barardi and Coyle, embarrassment of riches I would say, so really if Charlie goes, Barardi is are number one left back, not ideal been a right footer, but still does a great job, plus Barardi is of age and skill level where he will not want to sit on the bench, so I think Monk will go for someone young but in front of Denton. MOT

  2. We have three right backs Ayling, barardi and Coyle, embarrassment of riches I would say, so really if Charlie goes, Barardi is are number one left back, not ideal been a right footer, but still does a great job, plus Barardi is of age and skill level where he will not want to sit on the bench, so I think Monk will go for someone young but in front of Denton and play Barardi. MOT

  3. It is Beradi and before he came to Leeds he had only played 140 matches, 105 at Brescia and the rest at Sampdoria in an eight year career. G Beradi is probably very happy at Leeds. A club the size of Leeds United should be able to afford an experienced left footed left back.

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