Date: 11th August 2017 at 7:15pm
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Leeds United have rejected a bid from Burnley for striker Chris Wood according to reports.

The Yorkshire Evening Post have reported that Leeds have turned down a £12m bid from the Premier League side who see Wood as a replacement for Andre Gray, who left Turf Moor to join Watford last week.

Wood netted 30 goals for Leeds last season on his way to finishing the season as the leading goalscorer in the Championship.

The Leeds striker netted in Leeds opening championship game of the season at Bolton Wanderers last weekend and he has netted 44 goals in 86 appearances since joining Leeds in a £3m deal from Leicester City in the summer of 2015.



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