ARSENAL are said to have entered the race to snag Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips off Elland Road in the summer.
The 26 years old It is believed that there will be no shortage of suitors should he decide to leave the Yorkshire side for a new challenge and European football.
Phillips is tied at Leeds until 2024, with it declared in December how is he ready to sign a new deal.
But according to 90 minsThe England international has yet to negotiate this year with the whites about extending this stay.
They said that the initial negotiations took place in 2021, but after the two sides failed to agree on terms, Leeds did not return with a new offer.
The news outlet adds that this has alerted several clubs – including Archer when Mikel Arteta looks for a new central midfielder.
Other teams keeping a close eye on Phillips’ situation are Manchester United, Chelsea, Liverpool, Newcastle and West Ham.
SunSport exclusively reveals how the Hammers failed with a deadline day offer of £55m to bring the player to London Stadium in January.
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Meanwhile Red Devil had a lot to do with swooping down to lure Phillips away from their rivals.
It has been said how United identified the Three Lions star Substitutes for Declan Rice and Youri Tielemans.
European Giants Real Madrid, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich is also rumored to be monitoring his progress.
Phillips has been limited to just 12 Premier League appearances this term after Injured hamstring against Brentford in December.
And boss Marcelo Bielsa has revealed that his prized fortune still faces another month on the sidelines.
Last week, the Argentine coach commented: “He is expected to return in the first few days of March.
“His recovery has gone as predicted.”
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https://www.the-sun.com/sport/football/premier-league/4698425/arsenal-kalvin-phillips-summer-transfer-interest/ Arsenal joined the Kalvin Phillips transfer war with Man Utd and Chelsea also hunted the Leeds midfielder this summer