Ian Wright believes a player wants to leave Leeds United

Ian Wright has further said The Kelly & Wrighty Show that he doesn’t think Leeds United midfielder Kalvin Phillips wants to stay at Elland Road.

The Arsenal legend believes Leeds star Phillips wants trophies, which he is unlikely to do at the West Yorkshire club.

The MOTD pundit believes Leeds winger Raphinha will lose at the end of the season.

A Player Your Club MUST Sell This Summer (2022)



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According to a report in 90 mins Earlier in the week Arsenal announced their interest in 26-year-old England international Phillips.

The well-known and respected journalist Fabrizio Romano said further The Here We Go Podcast this week that Barcelona are leading the race for Raphinha but Arsenal have asked about the 25-year-old.

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Wright continued The Kelly & Wrighty Show, as transcribed from MOTLeedsNews: “Many big teams need a player in this position. He’s a sought-after player.

“Phillips doesn’t strike me as a player who wants to play for Leeds. He wants to win things.

“Leeds have to start getting things going where they challenge Europe for people like him and Raphinha to stay, but I think Raphinha will go[this summer].”

Kalvin Phillips could stay at Leeds United

In our opinion, Kalvin Phillips could stay at Leeds, especially if they can keep their Premier League status for next season.

If the Whites are now relegated, a big offer could of course be tempting for the club bosses.

Phillips himself may wish to leave to pursue his personal ambitions.

The midfielder is a Leeds supporter and we don’t think he will force a move from Elland Road.

If Leeds survive in the Premier League, they will likely ask for a huge transfer fee.

In other news, ‘high-profile’ Tottenham target of £50.5m now makes summer intentions clear

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