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'I’m told’: £57k-a-week Leeds man won’t be leaving Leeds in January - journalist
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'I’m told’: £57k-a-week Leeds man won’t be leaving Leeds in January - journalist

Leeds United no longer have any representatives at the World Cup after the United States and Denmark were eliminated.

The majority of the first team are now in Spain working towards the restart of the Premier League.

Journalist Dean Jones, via Give Me Sport, has provided an update on one of Leeds’ key players.

As well as the Premier League restarting, the January transfer window is also fast approaching.

Jesse Marsch may be eyeing a few new recruits to bolster his options for the second half of the season.

Reports from Spain suggest Leeds might be eyeing a loan move for a left-back.

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This is on the back of Pascal Struijk being handed a new long-term deal.

As well as new signings, Leeds will need to hold onto their most important players.

After his sensational form at the World Cup, speculation has already started to mount around Tyler Adams.

Inter Milan have been watching Adams closely, however, Jones has delivered a positive update.

He believes that Adams won’t leave Leeds in January and is happy to spend the rest of the season at Elland Road.

Adams won’t leave Leeds in January

Jones delivered his update on Adams to Give Me Sport, stating: “A move to Manchester United is not on at the moment. That’s not one that is active at all.

“From what I’m told, he’s going to see out the season and probably see what lands after that point.

“But it won’t surprise me at all to see him being linked with some big moves at the end of the season.”

The £57,000-a-week midfielder has been instrumental to Marsch’s team.

Adams has started every game in the Premier League since his £20m move from RB Leipzig.

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The 23-year-old was the United States’ standout player in Qatar, and it’s no surprise he was handed the captain’s armband.

His partnership with Marc Roca for Leeds has been solid, and a source of consistency in the side.

With Leeds still struggling for goals, Marsch has chopped and changed, but stuck with Adams and Roca throughout.

Leeds fans will be glad to hear that Adams won’t be leaving the club in January.

Whether they can fight off interest from bigger sides in the summer remains to be seen.

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