Five clubs are now interested in signing a 4m Leeds ace, which Bielsa described as a genuine player

Five clubs are now interested in signing a 4m Leeds ace, which Bielsa described as a genuine player ...

Tyler Roberts, a Leeds attacker, is a wanted man, with five Championship clubs now considering signing him on loan this summer.

Brenden Aaronson, an attacking midfielder, has been brought on the Whites this summer, and a striker should be on the way soon.

Leeds will need to sign another striker, whether it is Arnaud Kalimuendo or someone else. Tyler Roberts will be in jeopardy.

The Welsh international plays as a number 10 or striker, but his chances of starting for the first team are dwindling.

Tyler Roberts, a Leeds attacker, is a wanted man.

Roberts, 23, played only seven Premier League games for Leeds last season and totaled just 979 top-flight minutes.

For an attacking player to manage just nine goals in 108 games across all competitions is a truly awful achievement.

Marcelo Bielsa hailed Roberts as a serious player, who loved him from a young age.

The end product has justn't been there, and Bielsa would often yell and groan from Leeds supporters.

Roberts will want to be playing in order to represent Wales at the World Cup, and he is in great demand at the moment.

According to the Daily Mail, Queens Park Rangers and Hull City have both made an attempt to sign Roberts on loan in the hope of a permanent agreement.

Roberts is now considering moving to other cities, such as Birmingham City, Cardiff City, and Huddersfield Town.

You can imagine that many other Championship clubs will follow Roberts' lead in the chase for his Leeds deal, which still has two years left on his deal.

Leeds paid 2.5 million in 2018, increasing to 4 million in 2018, and may feel that their investment hasn't quite worked out as planned; now Roberts has a real opportunity to shine elsewhere.

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