Leeds United eyeing Oliver Skipp move

Leeds United are reportedly keen on signing the 23-year-old Hotspur homegrown midfielder Oliver Skipp this summer.

According to a report by Give Me Sport, Leeds United are hoping to sign 23-year-old homegrown midfielder Oliver Skipp from Tottenham. The Whites have already agreed on a deal to sign Joe Rodon from the North London club, and it seems that they are keen on the young midfielder now.

Skipp is a squad player at Tottenham, and he is not a regular starter for them. The opportunity to play regularly will be quite exciting for the player. It will be interesting to see if Leeds can get a deal done for the 23-year-old midfielder in the coming weeks.

Tottenham Hotspur signed Archie Gray from the Championship club earlier today, and they have adequate depth in the midfield. Letting Skipp move on, even though reports have suggested otherwise, would be a wise decision from the North London club. It will help them bring in some funds, and they will be able to balance the books.

Skipp has not been a regular starter, but he has impressed during his cameos. The Englishman is a reliable squad player, and he could be a quality acquisition for Leeds. The Championship outfit need someone who can control the tempo of the game from the middle of the park, and the 23-year-old would be the ideal acquisition. It remains to be seen whether the player is keen on a move to the Championship.

Leeds United need quality players like Oliver Skipp

Leeds United failed to secure promotion to the Premier League this summer, and they will be desperate for promotion next season. Skipp could be an important player for them as they look to win the Championship in 2024/25.

Meanwhile, Leeds United will be delighted to have brought Joe Rodon back to the club. He was on loan at the Championship club last season and established himself as one of the best defenders in the second division.

Leeds United needed to bring him back to the club, and the deal could prove to be hugely beneficial for them. The Whites will certainly hope that Skipp can make a similar impact to that of the Welsh international, who joined from Tottenham on loan last season.

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