It’s been a tough start to the transfer window for Leeds United and their supporters, with a lack of arrivals in the transfer window so far.
Lewis Baker has been the only addition to Marcelo Bielsa’s playing squad, with the 23-year-old midfielder arriving on a season-long loan from Chelsea.
Another of Baker’s Chelsea teammates could well be on his way to the Championship next season, with the Telegraph reporting that Mason Mount is on Frank Lampard’s radar at Derby County.
— John Percy (@JPercyTelegraph) July 9, 2018
The 19-year-old impressed in the Dutch Eredivisie with Vitesse, where Baker excelled earlier in his career, scoring 14 goals.
After such a slow start to the summer transfer window at Elland Road, we wanted to know if Leeds’ supporters would back their club to make a move for Mount and rival Derby for the signature of the attacking midfielder.
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— FLW News Hub (@FLWNewsHub) July 10, 2018
Despite such an impressive 12 months, Leeds’ supporters aren’t convinced they should rival Derby for Mount’s signature.
Just 34% of voters in our poll were in favour of Bielsa and co making a move to bring the teenager to Elland Road, with a huge 66% urging Leeds to not hijack Derby’s move.
Would Mount be a success in the Championship? Let us know your thoughts!
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