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Morning Leeds-in for 28 August 2017: Green leaves, Lonergan returns

Some links for a happy Monday with silly season almost behind us

Despite Price Rises The British Love Of A Cup Of Tea Endures Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images

So the big news Sunday was confirmation of rumors that came out late last week, that Rob Green was looking to move to Huddersfield Town and Leeds United was looking to add Andy Lonergan from Wolverhampton.

Huddersfield’s manager David Wagner jumped the gun a wee bit on Saturday, confirming that the other West Yorkshire club was signing Green pending a medical, and he was announced as a Terrier minutes after Leeds officially confirmed that it had released Green by mutual consent.

This isn’t a big loss, with Wiedwald exceeding expectations, at least in the minds of fans, and Green’s desire to sit on the bench in the Premier League. We wish him the best, and welcome Andy back to the club.

Leeds United Links

Leeds United Ladies played their first game at Elland Road yesterday and beat Chester Le Street 1-0. []

Thomas Christiansen looking for addition attacking options before Thursday’s transfer deadline [Yorkshire Evening Post]

Go back and watch the highlights of the victory over Nottingham Forest. You know you want to. []

England and English football Links

Things you might have missed Sunday in the Premier League []

After another woeful start, West Ham United fans are starting to call for Slaven Bilic to be sacked. [Brace the Hammer]

Arsene Wenger asks for Arsenal fans to keep the faith. Fat chance, fam. []

World Football Links

Both the Houston Dynamo and the NWSL’s Houston Dash postponed matches because of Hurricane Harvey over the weekend, and that was a good call. [Dynamo Theory]

Inter Milan owner said he had been a fan of Inter ever since they had bought the “Dutch Trio”... only that was AC Milan. Oops. []

PSG said to agree to sign Mbappe from Monaco for £166 million next summer after a loan move. What is even real anymore. [Sky Sports]