Yesterday’s Leeds transfer roundup included Greek interest in a 30-year-old defender, the confirmed exit of a Finn and eyes on a Croatian U21 international. Today’s edition includes the signing of a Premier League winger, interest in a League Two player and talks with a Championship rival in regards to a potential sale.
It has been confirmed that Helder Costa has joined Leeds United from Wolves on a season-long loan, which will become a permanent deal next summer. The Portuguese winger has signed a four-year contract with the club which will begin once next season has ended.
The Daily Mail is reporting that Leeds are one of the clubs keen on signing Leyton Orient’s 20-year-old Dan Happe. The Whites reportedly retain a long-term interest in the League Two player, who has also caught the eye of Leicester City and Norwich City.
According to Hull Live, Hull City have held talks with Leeds in regards to the potential signing of Mallik Wilks. Wilks scored 16 goals in 55 games last season whilst on loan in League One with Doncaster Rovers.