Leeds United boss reveals strong message to opposition clubs and agents in January transfer negotiations


Daniel Farke, the manager of the Whites, has emphasized the significance of Leeds United’s image when starting transfer talks this month and in the future.


The 47-year-old repeated the argument during his pre-match press conference on Thursday afternoon that part of his role as Leeds boss is to inculcate standards and ‘values’ which sees the club function ‘with class’.

Last week, Leeds terminated Djed Spence’s season-long loan from Tottenham Hotspur, allowing fellow right-back Luke Ayling to leave Elland Road after seven and a half years of service due to a decline in first-team play. Farke asserts that both choices were the right ones and hopes Leeds acted appropriately, without divulging personal details of the talks that resulted in each incident.

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