Date: 9th August 2018 at 7:00am
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It’s been reported that Leeds United have joined the hunt for Brighton and Hove Albion midfielder Oliver Norwood.

The Yorkshire Evening Post claimed that we had joined the hunt for the 27-year-old experienced Northern Ireland international with him already being heavily linked to the likes of Hull City so far this window.

The player spent the 2017/18 campaign out on loan as he fell down Brighton’s pecking order following their promotion into the top flight and helped Fulham to Play-Off promotion themselves last term with five goals in 24 starting appearances and 17 substitute showings across all competitions.

The main suggestion of a fee for Norwood seems to be in the region of £1.5million and a number of Leeds fans would add him as a body for that price, especially given the experience he brings with him.

With the permanent transfer window slamming shut later this evening, the loan window remains open to the end of the month and that does seem a more likely means of adding a couple of new faces to the group rather than rushing to get any permanent deals over the line, but you never know.

 

2 Replies to “Some Leeds Fans Would Welcome Brighton Man At The Right Price”

  • If you actuallly read the news instead of playing catch up on stories from days ago, he isn’t coming to Leeds final end of topic. Idiots

    • What, you think I sit here on a Monday and ignore something until Wednesday? When I spot it, if it’s new to me, mildly interesting and I presume it might be of interest to others, it goes up. Unfortunately, I don’t live in your head and know what you’ve already read. Then again, when I see news I’m already aware of online I simply leave the site and move on. Must have been fun back in the good old days asking for a refund on your newspaper because you’d already read that story from behind someone else’s shoulder.

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