Although it appears as if Leeds have given up in the chase, you just can't rule it out.
Why is that?
Well Massimo Cellino has often made bold statements and then decided to change his mind. Federico Viviani was joining on loan, then wasn't, then was and still hasn't.
However, Leeds have now ruled out a third bid via their official Twitter account.
The club can confirm that it has had a second bid for Chesterfield defender Liam Cooper rejected #lufc (1/2)— Leeds United FC (@LUFC) July 30, 2014
The club will not be progressing with this matter further and any interest in the player has now ended #lufc (2/2)— Leeds United FC (@LUFC) July 30, 2014
In the past the club's Tweets have been pretty concrete, but there's still that niggling feeling that this Cooper saga isn't over.
The deal could also affect Tom Lees' move to Sheffield Wednesday with United short of defenders with just 11 days to go until the start of the window.
Once again a transfer saga will continue at Elland Road.