Leeds United transfer kitty, target positions to strengthen and retained list publication

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We are into that no man’s land we think is going to last forever every year we come to it. The end of the season came for the Whites more than a week ago and that Wembley pain has started to subside with attention already looking ahead to the start of pre-season.

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Before the players and Daniel Farke reconvene as June turns into July for pre-season training, the hierarchy is starting to move the pieces on how the squad may look come August 10. The retained list must be imminent, with early indicators on what will happen to Liam Cooper, Sam Byram and Jamie Shackleton among others.

Vultures will start to circle now Leeds have been consigned to another year in the Championship. Reports in Germany have linked Borussia Dortmund with Ilia Gruev, while we know Championship Player of the Season Crysencio Summerville is likely to be hot property this summer.

How are you feeling about where the club is at now the dust has settled on 23/24? Where are your expectations at for this summer? You may have questions about Paraag Marathe’s recent roundtable with the local media.

The long list of players who left on loan last summer will come back onto the United radar this summer. Jeremiah Mullen, Sam Greenwood, Darko Gyabi, Diego Llorente, Marc Roca, Brenden Aaronson, Rasmus Kristensen, Max Wober and Jack Harrison all remain under contract at Elland Road.

You may have questions about what the club may do with them over the course of this coming transfer window and whether any have a future with Farke. Get in touch.

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