By Mark Smith

2nd Jul, 2022 | 7:30am

Leeds United already explore move for Tyler Adams with Darko Gyabi medical done and deal imminent

Leeds United are already exploring a major loan move for RB Leipzig midfielder Tyler Adams, according to the Daily Mail on Saturday (02 June).

The newspaper reported in their print edition [02 June, pg. 108] that the Whites are already moving on after a deal for Darko Gyabi progressed with a medical completed on Friday.

It suggests that an announcement is imminent for the young Manchester City maestro, with Leeds also in the market for Club Brugge star Charles De Ketelaere.

Writing in the daily Window Watch, Craig Hope shared the latest transfer activity coming from Elland Road with things set to get very busy.

“Leeds are exploring a season-long loan deal for RB Leipzig midfielder Tyler Adams,” he wrote.

“They also remain on the trail of Club Brugges midfielder Charles De Ketelaere. Manchester City’s Darko Gyabi is joining Leeds in a £5m deal after the 18-year-old had a medical yesterday.”

All eyes on.

Leeds are set to put their foot on the gas again this week.

Kalvin Phillips and Raphinha will be expected to seal their exits before the pre-season trip to Australia, and it will be on Victor Orta to make sure more new faces are on that flight.

Phil Hay has reported that any loan move would likely include an option or obligation to buy the American international, something that brings shudders down our spines given the Jean-Kevin Augustin deal.

Jesse Marsch will no doubt be the one pushing this, with the two of them working together at New York Red Bull and RB Leipzig, and he was the man to hand him his professional debut.

With the announcement imminent for Gyabi, we expect another huge push for first-team arrivals after the initial blitz that included Brenden Aaronson, Rasmus Kristensen and Marc Roca.

This is a critical part of the summer with the season nearly only one month away.

In other Leeds United news, the Whites now want to sign this striker with a rival set to kickstart a major £30million+ transfer battle