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Morning Leeds-in for 26 March: Rumoured Leeds United target Andy Yiadom coy about his future

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Andy Yiadom was asked about his future and where he would be playing football next season, as the Barnsley FC fullback has been rumoured to be in frame for a move to Leeds United next season after seeing out his contract at Oakwell.

Yiadom was coy, saying only:

All that matters is keeping this football team up.

We really need to get a win. We’ll do anything to get three points. At this stage of the season form goes out of the window. “We need to take each game as it comes and try to get points on the board

Not exactly what you’d like to hear if you were a fan of Barnsley, but good news for Leeds fans, as current Leeds boss Paul Heckingbottom brought Yiadom to Barnsley and is rumoured to be interested in securing his services again.

Of course, he’s not a left back, but hey, if he’s available on a free, why not.

On to the links.

Leeds United Links

Six Leeds Academy players to watch. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

Pierre-Michel Lasogga hinted at a move to the Premier League in a German publication. [Through It All Together]

Samu Saiz set to miss Easter fixtures. [Yorkshire Evening Post]

England and English Football Links

Former Leeds player Alex Mowatt missed a penalty and promptly got sent off for slapping an opponent who taunted his penalty miss. His club, Oxford United, also lost 3-0 to Portsmouth FC. [Sky Sports]

Seattle Sounders midfielder Roman Torres hopes to lead Panama to victory over England in the World Cup. [BBC.com]

Chesterfield beat Notts County 3-1, giving them an important win in their efforts to avoid relegation. [Sky Sports]

World Football Links

Javier Pastore sees his time with PSG “coming to an end” and Inter Milan are potentially interested in bringing him back to Serie A. [Football-Italia.net]

Napoli striker Dries Martens says that the fixture between Napoli and Juventus on 22 April will be a “cup final” for Napoli, as the match will almost certainly decide who wins Serie A this year. [Football-Italia.net]

The Philadelphia Union will host Eintracht Frankfurt in a friendly this July. [Brotherly Game]