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Kalvin Phillips hopeful of new contract at Elland Road amid Manchester United links

Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips was linked with a move to Manchester United last week, but there are now suggestions that he could sign a new deal at Elland Road.

The England international, 26, hit the headlines a week ago when the Manchester Evening News claimed that Manchester United were working on a deal to sign him ahead of the summer transfer window.

Initially, I had my doubts because Phillips is supposedly Leeds United true and true, but I don’t think United would waste time pursuing a player who doesn’t want to join the club.

And, now, according to The Sun, Phillips is hoping to sign a new long-term contract with Leeds, which would include an increase on his current £38,000-a-week salary. That would probably be tripled at Old Trafford if a move happened.

The report adds that Phillips has been impressed by Jesse Marsch since the American coach replaced Marcelo Bielsa, and he is ‘determined to commit to his boyhood side’.

It sounds like my initial fears were right.

Let us know in the comments if you think Phillips could be persuaded to join Manchester United in the summer?

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One response to “Kalvin Phillips hopeful of new contract at Elland Road amid Manchester United links”

  1. Jenny says:

    Phillips has only been linked by Scum and their associated press, Never any link from the lad or Leeds. Dream on Mancs. You haven’t hope in hell