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Interest in Leeds United star Tyler Adams grows as Yorkshire club face the prospect of relegation

The 24-year-old showed his quality during the 2022 World Cup and has grown to become a fan favorite at Elland Road, but should Leeds United fail to avoid the drop, he is most assuredly one of the first names out of the door in the market

The reality that Leeds United is edging closer to returning back to the Championship is becoming more real by the week as the Whites remain outside of the bottom three only by way of superior goal difference and are set to name another manager after Javi Gracia’s tenure has proven to be an abject failure.

Should the storied Yorkshire outfit fail to avoid the drop, there are a number of talented players on the books at Elland Road that bigger clubs are sure to come after – and likely for a cut price – with one of them naturally being United States international midfielder Tyler Adams.

Reports from unnamed sources have detailed growing interest in the 24-year-old former RB Leipzig man, who enjoyed a fruitful winter during the 2022 World Cup in Qatar as part of a credible US performance.

Though the report says Adams would prefer to remain in England should Leeds go down, there is considerable interest in the versatile midfielder from the continent, with Bundesliga side TSG 1899 Hoffenheim and La Liga outfit Sevilla thought to be leading the list of clubs that are keen on the player.

There are also murmurings of both Arsenal and Newcastle United monitoring developments in Yorkshire as both clubs will look to improve their depth of quality in the middle of the park upon their returns to the Champions League in 2023-24. Additionally, both AC Milan and Inter Milan have been credited with previous interest in the midfielder, with Adams hardly struggling for greener pastures should the unthinkable occur come the end of the season.

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Andrew Thompson

US-based Football writer. German football guru with a wealth of experience in youth development and analysis. Data aficionado. Happily championing the notion that Americans have a knowledgeable voice in the beautiful game.

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