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Newcastle Linked With Exciting Duo



At the end of a report in Team Talk about Dwight Gayle’s wages being a stumbling block for Leeds United, a pair of the Whites’ players were mentioned as being of interest to Newcastle.

Kalvin Phillips and Jack Clarke are the two players specifically mentioned though the report does allude to possible interest in more than just those two.

Surely if Newcastle are interested in any Leeds youngsters, they must be aware of left-back prodigy Leif Davis. He was born in Newcastle after all.

Kalvin Phillips-excellent young Leeds midfielder

Kalvin Phillips is a central midfielder who has made 89 appearances for Leeds over the past two seasons.

This past season he has played a more defensive role and actually filled in at centre-back when Leeds captain Liam cooper was out injured from early December through to January.

He is also heavily linked with newly promoted Norwich and Bournemouth.

The Bournemouth link is interesting as Phillips and young winger Jack Clarke were both linked with Bournemouth in April.

Jack Clarke-exciting young winger

Jack Clarke is an excellent young prospect who has broken through to the Leeds first team this past season making 25 appearances. While only starting in 5 of those games, he did manage 2 goals and 2 assists.

Clarke is still very young at 18 years of age. He is right-footed and can play on either wing.

With the disappointing finish to their promotion campaign, Leeds will want to hold on to these two key players as Marcelo Bielsa’s side make another promotion push next year.

With both players being from the area as well as being Leeds academy products, it is uncertain if they would want to leave the Yorkshire club.

These are definitely exciting young players who we like the look of. We will have to wait and see if anything comes of these links but Leeds certainly have some young talent in their side.

We also like Leif Davis and hope that Newcastle are interested in the young left back as well.


44 comments so far

  • posada

    May 22, 2019 at 2:07 PM

    Comment #41

    On the subject of politics.
    We keep asking our local MP to raise things in the house relating to our owner.
    The Football Supporters Trust has I believe raised the subject of club ownership in this country with the main parties. Justified in that I believe.
    We may not get fair rules on club ownership without a change in the law, which would take political lobbying.

    Football is a big industry in this country. 4 or 5 professional leagues, unlike most other countries.
    It’s hugely important to many.
    Consequently we will drift into politics at times.

    It’s a question of proportions I suppose.
    Also, the manner of it.
    I try to keep it to facts.

    Brexit Party funding Vs Labour Party funding.
    Check it out for yourselves.

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  • Jib

    May 22, 2019 at 2:09 PM

    Comment #42

    Mister Tuff

    Jib – just post accurate stuff not tosh.

    I do try
    but 100% accuracy is difficult to achieve
    when in a hurry to post informative stuff
    (unlike you )

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  • martoon

    May 22, 2019 at 2:11 PM

    Comment #43

    toon22 @36 – I’m not sure how the Chronicle or anybody else knows Ashley’s feelings towards the negotiations – it’s not like he goes public all the time is it?

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  • Mister Tuff

    May 22, 2019 at 2:29 PM

    Comment #44

    Jib – informative stuff – oh I see do you mean ;-

    ” It’s happening it’s happening I tell ya”

    Your informative post saying Ken Lin was going to buy the club a month ago.

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