Leeds Defensive Stalwart Agrees 3-Year Deal With Yorkshire Rivals – Reports

Leeds United defender Tom Lees has reportedly agreed a three year deal with Sheffield Wednesday, ahead of a reported move to the Owls, as tweeted by Sky Sports journalist Graeme Bailey.


A move for Lees was first mooted yesterday, and despite him travelling with Leeds to Swindon Town yesterday, the deal seems to have progressed.

Phil Hay of the Yorkshire Evening Post also suggested earlier today that the move would go through with no transfer fee exchanged between the two clubs, despite Lees having time left to run on his contract.

Lees has been a consistent presence in Leeds’s sides for the last few seasons, but has been deemed surplus to requirements by the new regime.

Leeds are reportedly in the market for a new central defender, with Chesterfield defender Liam Cooper being linked with a £500k transfer. Nicola Salerno, Leeds’s sporting director, was impressed by Cooper’s display in Chesterfield’s friendly clash with Leeds.


5 thoughts on “Leeds Defensive Stalwart Agrees 3-Year Deal With Yorkshire Rivals – Reports”

  1. Nice touch spelling Greyham’s name incorrectly… surprised they waived a fee, I am sure there is good reason.

  2. Can only be good for us Lees has been a liability for past few seasons!! Anyone know what has happened to Viviani? Thort he was back talking and unofficial word was he had signed???

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