Leeds United have rejected bids from three Premier League clubs for defender Charlie Taylor, according to The Sun.
Taylor can play either left-back or on the wing, versatility that can prove handy in the business end of the season. He has emerged as one of the Championships most dependable and well-rounded left-sided players, and his good form appears to be attracting the interest from several Premier League sides.
As per The Sun, Leeds have rejected proposals from Crystal Palace, West Bromwich Albion and Middlesbrough, who are all interested on securing his services during this transfer window.
However, the tabloid claim that Leeds manager Garry Monk is adamant that he will not be sold this window, in fear that losing any key members of his squad could derail his side’s promotion push.
The Sun note that Taylor is out of contract at the season’s end, so despite Monk’s reluctance to sell this month – he will be powerless in the summer.