The Peacocks have shown that they have a competitive team and will be tough opponents in this Premier League. They put Liverpool in a tight spot in the first game of the season and recently drew with Manchester City.
Victor Orta, the club’s football director, has stated that the team wants to strengthen its roster and that they will negotiate until the last minute of the EFL transfer window to bring a couple of new players to Elland Road.
Leeds are in the market for an attacking midfielder. They seem to be very interested in Norwich player Todd Cantwell. The 22-year-old is not on good terms with boss Daniel Farke, who has dropped him from the team due to attitude problems.
Cantwell has been with Norwich since 2015 when he debuted with the club’s U18 and has proven to be a highly skilled and versatile player ever since. Norwich wants at least £ 20million for the player.
The other player in the Peacocks’ sights is Derby County’s, Louie Sibley. The 19-year-old midfielder has been an excellent performer for the club, accumulating 14 Championship appearances and 5 goals. The player caught the attention of Victor Orta in a match at the last Premier League Cup in which Derby faced U23 from Leeds; Sibley scored a hat-trick in that match. The player price is estimated to be around £ 15million.
Both players and their clubs are willing to negotiate the transfer; the problem is that the Peacocks do not have much money to deal with.