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Whelan: Leeds face a fight to keep hold of players in January

Former Leeds striker Noel Whelan is has been impressed by the football the Whites have been playing so far this season under new coach Marcelo Biesla.

However, Whelan believes that one of the downsides of Leeds’ success so far this season is that they will face a fight to keep hold of several of their star players during the January transfer window.

“I think there will be interest in pretty much every player that Leeds United have come January,” he told BBC Radio Leeds.

“That is the way we are playing, we all look good out there and we make everyone look good.

“We look brave on the ball, everyone is confident, everyone is trusting each other.”

Leeds currently sit top of the Championship after 16  games with Biesla’s side winning widespread acclaim for the high intensity attacking football they have been producing.

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