Leeds United transfer news: Whites put £10m price tag on Vieira after interest; Bridcutt wanted; Derbyshire links

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Derby's Chris Baird in action with Leeds' Ronaldo Vieira

According to the Mirror's live transfer feed (17/06/19 at 10:50pm), a number of Premier League clubs have made an enquiry regarding the possible signing of Leeds United midfielder Ronaldo Vieira.

The 18-year-old burst on to the scene last season, rewarding then-manager Garry Monk's faith with a string of outstanding performances, and now it is being claimed that the Whites have told any and all suitors that it will take a £10million offer to seal a deal.

The midfielder may have only featured 39 times for Leeds so far but he is already vital and £10million would be an absolute snip if the Whites really are foolish enough to cash in on the talented teenager.

For that reason alone, this is one rumour we can surely mark down as little more than paper talk.

In other news, the Daily Mail claims new Leeds boss Thomas Christiansen is interested in bringing Matt Derbyshire back to England.

Leeds could certainly do with more fire-power having been over-reliant on Chris Wood last season, and while Derbyshire did not exactly set pulses racing for much of his time in England he has been rejuvenated in Cyprus, finishing the last campaign with the Golden Boot.

Not all transfer rumours make sense but this one certainly has legs.

Matt Derbyshire of Rotherham United celebrates scoring his teams second goal

And finally, the Sun claims former Leeds boss Monk is eyeing a swift reunion with Liam Bridcutt by bringing his former Whites skipper to Middlesbrough.

The Scotland international has plenty of experience and if it was a straight choice between losing him and Vieira it would be a case of no-contest for the Leeds faithful.

Leeds United's Liam Bridcutt in action with Preston's Callum Robinson

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