Leeds want Harry Wilson
Leeds want to sign Liverpool youngster Harry Wilson for the Premier League if they win promotion, according to the print edition of The Sun on Sunday via HITC Sport.
The 21-year-old has spent the season on loan at Derby County, impressing with 12 goals from the wing, including some memorable free-kicks.
It is unclear whether Leeds will try to sign the Wales international on a permanent deal or whether they will seek a loan move.
Jack Clarke resumes training
Marcelo Bielsa’s options have been boosted by Jack Clarke’s return to full training, according to The Yorkshire Evening Post.
The 18-year-old has been missing since suffering a health scare when he needed oxygen during a match against Middlesbrough in early February.
But it was believed to be caused by a virus and the academy graduate is back in training ahead of the Championship run-in.
Mallik Wilks man of the match again
For the second match in a row, Leeds loanee Mallik Wilks was named man of the match for Doncaster Rovers, the club’s official website confirmed.
Rovers drew 1-1 with Charlton Athletic and Wilks scored the equaliser with a fine finish.
With 73 per cent of the vote, the 20-year-old was the standout man of the match candidate, further adding to his reputation.