ConorMclaughlin might be leaving Fleetwood Town in the summer.
Stephen Pressley admitted that there is interest from Leeds United and that the club might be prepared to sell the player if they received the right amount of money. The manager said that ConorMclaughlin only have one year left on his contract, and that means that the player can leave on a free transfer next season. It is better for them that they sell now and recoup some money rather than wait and see the player leave for nothing.
Stephen Pressley said that the club would do everything they can to safeguard their interest, and that means that they will wait for the best situation before selling the player.
There are reports that Leeds United might be interested in purchasing the player. ConorMclaughlin has been an instrumental player for Fleetwood Town last season, and this has attracted interests from various clubs.
Leeds United is looking to build a team that will allow them to challenge for promotion and has identified ConorMclaughlin as a player to help them achieve this. It is believed that a bid will be made in the days to come as they look forward to bring the player before the start of the season.
Stephen Pressley said that Fleetwood Town will consider any bids and that they are actually working on looking for a replacement for the player in the event he makes the switch to Leeds United.