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Exclusive: Dean Windass think another good season could see Kalvin Phillips leave Leeds

Dean Windass has exclusively told Football FanCast that another top season for Kalvin Phillips could see him leave Leeds next summer.

The 25-year-old, who made his England debut before he’d played a minute in the Premier League, has become a vital cog for Marcelo Bielsa’s machine in recent seasons.

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Such is Phillips’ on the ball qualities and ability to get around the pitch with a matter of ease, he’s quickly made himself a key part of Gareth Southgate’s England team and started all seven matches at the Euros.

His performances on the international stage have led to the Leeds midfielder being linked with a move away from Elland Road this window, with Serie A giants Juventus reportedly showing interest.

However, whilst Transfermarkt value Phillips at just £36m, it’ll take a considerably bigger offer to prise the boyhood Leeds fan away from south Yorkshire before next month’s deadline.

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But whilst Phillips leaving this summer seems a longshot, Windass told Football FanCast that another impressive campaign for Leeds could soon see doubts over his future emerge.

“Kalvin Phillips was one of the plusses at Euro 2020. Being a local boy for Leeds, if he has a wonderful season, he won’t be at Leeds United, the big hitters will come calling.”

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