Studies have suggested that Manchester United have discovered the rival's valuable asset as a top target for the future transfer window.
Many in the multimedia have suggested United have decided to make Eric ten Hager their new everlasting manager, with the Dutchman apparently looking to overhaul the team if he moves to Old Trafford.
This current Ajax Amsterdam manager may be keen to reshape a team that has failed to win any major trophies over the past five years by bringing in new talent, and the position many believe needs to be strengthened is in the shielding midfield position.
The Red Devils have discovered England starlets Declan Rice and Jude Bellingham as potential acquisition objectives after ignoring the positioning in the previous transfer window, but in line with the The city of manchester Evening News, the Manchester man has moved Leeds United's kalvin Phillips perceives the position as the top top priority in the squad.
With interim employer Ralph Rangnick limited in Fred, Jeff McTominay and Nemanja Matic with a seemingly lack of depth in the defensive midfield position, United hope Phillips will be able to use Add at the level needed to get the team back into the Top League title race.
The Englishman flourished under former Leeds manager Marcelo Bielsa at the Yorkshire club's midfield bottom, helping them to the Premier Group and earning himself an England call-up in the process.
The Manchester Yellows have a knack for poaching Leeds' best players, having signed Eric Cantona, Rio Ferdinand and Alan Smith at the peak of these Elland Road aspect.
Phillips could be anticipated to charge a hefty transfer payment but has recently been negotiated seamlessly during talks to sell Daniel James to Leeds United, which United Emirates are thought to want as they discuss bringing the 26-year-old to the old prospect. Similar results for Trafford.
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