Date: 16th July 2017 at 7:18pm
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Vital Leeds United is once again keeping an eye on all the players linked with a move to and from Elland Road during the transfer window.

It has been another busy week at Leeds with three new arrivals announced taking the summer arrival at Elland Road to nine.

Caleb Ekuban, Samu Saiz and Ezgjan Alioski have all arrived and whilst nothing official has come from the club yet it looks like Alejandro Machuca has also signed for the club.

Machuca comes from Rayo Vallecano and the midfielder has been pictured in Leeds training gear this week after being linked with the club.

Everton defender Matthew Pennington is being linked with a move to Leeds along with Middlesbrough and Hull City.

Leeds are also being linked with a move for Wolves defender Matt Doherty along with Danny Batth, who was linked with Leeds last week.

Bristol City, Wolves and Leeds are all being linked with a season-long loan move for Chelsea forward Ike Ugbo.

Leeds are one of several clubs including Crystal Palace, Nottingham Forest and Rangers interested in 17-year-old Livingston striker Matthew Knox.

Danish defender Andreas Maxsø is being linked with a move to Elland Road from Danish side FC Nordsjælland.

Aston Villa defender Tommy Elphick is once again being linked with a move to Leeds, twelve-months after choosing Villa over a move to Elland Road.

Bristol City defender Aden Flint is also being linked with Leeds.

It wouldn`t be a transfer window without Leeds being linked with their former winger Max Gradel.

Going out, Greek club PAOK Thessaloniki and Italian side Cremonese are the latest clubs to be linked with a move for Giuseppe Bellusci.

Midfielder Eunan O`Kane is being linked with a move to fellow Championship side Wolves.

Striker Lee Erwin, who seems to be surplus to requirements at Elland Road is being linked with Charlton Athletic, MK Dons, Oldham Athletic, Plymouth Argyle and Walsall.

Leeds were linked with Wolves player Dominic Iorfa on Friday and on the same day he joined Ipswich Town.

*All links below

July 9th – July 15th

Matthew Pennington (Daily Mirror)
Matt Doherty – Wolves (Daily Mirror)
Alejandro Machuca – Rayo Vallecano (Union Rayo)
Max Gradel – Bournemouth (The Sun)
Ike Ugbo – Chelsea (
Matthew Knox – Livingston
(Croyden Advertiser)
Dominic Iorfa – Wolves ( (Thisisfutbol)
Andreas Maxsø – FC Nordsjælland (LeedsAllOver)
Tommy Elphick – Aston Villa (LeedsAllOver)
Aden Flint – Bristol City (Bristol Post)

Giuseppe Bellusci – PAOK Thessaloniki (Pianeta Empoli) Cremonese (CuoreGrigioRosso)
Eunan O`Kane – Wolves (HITC)
Lee Erwin – Oldham Athletic, Charlton Athletic, MK Dons, Walsall and Plymouth Argyle (Teamtalk)

Previous Weeks

May 1st – May 13th

Aapo Halme – HJK Helsinki (HITC)
Frazier Campbell – Crystal Palace (Derby Telegraph)
Frederico Venancio – Vitoria Setubal (The Sun Newspaper Pullout)
David Stockdale – Brighton (The Argus)
Ollie Watkins – Exeter City (Bristol Post)
Marley Watkins – Barnsley (HITC)
Nathan Jones – Hartlepool United (Hartlepool Mail)
Massimo Coda – Salernitana (Sport Witness)

Charlie Taylor – West Brom (The Telegraph) Turkish Team (Fotospor)

May 14th – May 20th

Ryan Kent -Liverpool (The Sun)
Jonny Howson – Norwich City (TeamTalk)
Leigh Griffith – Celtic (Football League World)

Lee Erwin – Charlton Athletic (Kent Live)
Chris Wood – Stoke, Southampton, Swansea & West Ham (The Sun)

May 21st – May 27th

Troy Deeney – Watford (Birmingham Mail)
Yannis Salibur – Guingamp (Eurosport.fr0
Mateusz Kilch – FC Twente (Inside Fotbol)
Linus Wahlqvist – Norrköping (Sport Witness)


May 28th – June 3rd

Hadi Sacko – Sporting Lisbon (Record)
Martin Caceres – Southampton (HITC)

Giuseppe Bellusci – Bologna (TuttoMercatoWeb)

June 4th – June 10th

Caleb Ekuban – Chievo Verona (Ghanasoccernet)
Ricky Holmes – Charlton Athletic (Kent Live)a>
Mario Oritz – Cultural Leonesa
Linus Wahlqvist – IFK Norrköping (Fotboll Direkt)

Marco Silvestri – Bologna (Bologna News) Spal (lanuovaferrara)
Chris Wood – Huddersfield Town, Crystal Palace, Swansea, Stoke, West Ham, West Brom and Southampton (The Irish Sun)

June 11th – June 17th

Bersant Celina – Manchester City (NIRK)
Sam Johnstone – Manchester United (Daily Mail)
Adnan Januzaj – Manchester United (Birmingham Mail)
Liam Lindsay – Partick Thistle (The 72)
Matt Derbyshire – Omonia Nicosia (Daily Mail)

Giuseppe Bellusci – SPAL (Tuttomercatoweb) Chievo and Benevento (Calciomercato)

June 18th – June 24th

Ezgjan Alioski – Lugano (Blick)
Samuel Saiz – Huesca (WeAllLoveLeeds)
Ard Van Peppen- Roda (Roda JC)

Liam Bridcutt – Bournemouth & Middlesbrough (The Sun)
Charlie Taylor – Middlesbrough (Daily Mirror – via The 72) Burnley (Clubcall) ( The Sun – Printed Edition)

June 25th – July 1st

Conor McLaughlin – Fleetwood Town (Alan Nixon on Twitter via The 72)
Sverrir Ingason – Granada (The Sun)
Felix Wiedwald – Werder Bremen (
Adrian Lopez – Porto (Sport Witness)
Mario Pasalic – Chelsea (Daily Star)
Filip Helander – Bologna (Goal)
Bartosz Salamon – Cagliari – (Calcio Casteddu)
Ben Kennedy – Stevenage (HITC)

Giuseppe Bellusci – Cagliari (TUTTOMercatoWeb)

July 2nd – July 8th

Chris Gunter – Reading (The Gazette)
Alexander Gonzalez – Huesca (Sport Witness)
Almen Abdi – Sheffield Wednesday (HITC)
Vurnon Anita – Newcastle United (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson – (Daily Mail)
Danny Batth -Wolves (Inside Futbol)

Rob Green – Arsenal (The Sun Newspaper)
Lewie Coyle – Fleetwood Town (BBC Radio Leeds) Middlesbrough & Sunderland (Yorkshire Evening Post)
Bailey Peacock-Farrell – Oldham Athletic (Yorkshire Evening Post)

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