Report: Birmingham City given go ahead to sign PL assist king

Birmingham City is interested in signing Leeds United’s Assist King on a free transfer this summer. Leeds United is expected to have a busy summer of player departures when the transfer window opens again.

The Whites have a handful of out-of-contract players, as well as six returning first-teamers who departed on loan nearly a year ago.Following relegation from the Premier League, eight players chose to exercise the loan clauses that became active in their contracts. So far, only Luis Sinisterra and Robin Koch have secured permanent exits.

Leeds feel optimistic in their ability to sell some players, leaving Rasmus Kristensen and Brenden Aaronson with potentially uncertain summers ahead.

Sam Greenwood is another player whose future will be uncertain after Middlesbrough declined to exercise their £1.5 million option to buy.

In terms of those who are out of contract, a handful of players appear to have played their last games for the club. Ian Poveda, Luke Ayling, Lewis Bate, and Cody Drameh all fit under that category.

 

Stuart Dallas, meanwhile, has already announced his retirement, while Liam Cooper is not anticipated to be handed a new contract. No decision has been made on Sam Byram or Jamie Shackleton.

 

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