David Norris has exclusively told Football FanCast that Kalvin Phillips isn’t even considering leaving Leeds and hinted that the midfielder could become a one-club man.
Phillips has only played one season in the Premier League but has risen to fame over recent weeks following some outstanding performances for England at Euro 2020.
Having established himself as a key part of Gareth Southgate’s plans, the 25-year-old has played every minute at the tournament, striking up an impressive partnership with West Ham’s Declan Rice.
But whilst his form is excellent news for Leeds and Marcelo Bielsa heading into next season, there has already been talk of him potentially leaving this summer.
According to TuttoJuve, Juventus are one side that are looking to prise Phillips away from Elland Road this summer.
However, former Leeds midfielder Norris told Football FanCast that he’s not worried about Phillips’ future and even suggested that he could remain with the Yorkshire outfit for his whole career:
“We’ve seen it with Kane, he’s stayed with Spurs, it’s his club and he’s a legend with the fans. But his is coming to the end now, if he wants to win something he must move on.
“With Kalvin, it’s still early days, Leeds are progressing, he’s still progressing, so it doesn’t feel like anything needs to be done drastically soon.
“Potentially, depending on how Leeds progress, he could stay there and become a one-club man, with the relationship he’s got. But for now, he doesn’t want to leave, they don’t need to sell.”