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Kalvin Phillips Reveals Intentions of Return to Leeds United

Kalvin Phillips (Via ManCity/Twitter)

Leeds United harbors intentions of reuniting with Kalvin Phillips at Elland Road should they secure promotion to the Premier League. Phillips, presently on loan at West Ham United, is slated to return to Manchester City at the season’s end.

Failing to cement a regular starting position under Pep Guardiola, the English midfielder is poised for a potential permanent departure in the upcoming summer transfer window.

Manchester City is anticipated to seek a transfer fee around £30 million (€35 million) for his services.

Kalvin Phillips at Manchester City (Via ManCity/Twitter)

Leeds United, currently positioned third in the Championship table, trailing an automatic promotion slot by a single point, eyes the return of their talismanic midfielder on an initial loan arrangement.

However, the club is hesitant to meet Manchester City’s valuation, as per reports from the Daily Mail. Despite his switch in the January transfer window, Phillips has encountered difficulties adjusting to life in London.

Kalvin Phillips at Leeds United (Via LUFC/Twitter)

Struggling to find his form with The Hammers, he recently found himself embroiled in controversy after gesturing with his middle finger towards his own fans amidst heavy criticism.

The 28-year-old’s next appearance could be on Thursday as David Moyes’ West Ham side clashes with newly crowned German champions Bayer Leverkusen in the second leg of their Europa League quarter-final fixture.

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