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Morning Leeds-in for 2 May: Mbakogu is still somehow linked with Leeds

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Oh for crying out loud.

No. Just no.

This isn’t meant as a hot take or anything, or even a criticism of Jerry Mbakogu, but can Leeds please not be linked with another dodgy overseas striker? If we learned ANYTHING this season, it’s that you need a quality, proven striker to compete at this level. And instead of shelling out £8m on a proven striker, the club appears to once again take a scattershot approach to buying the most important position for Championship clubs looking for promotion. Will you have to over-pay for a striker? Absolutely. But what’s the alternative? What happened this season was not acceptable. Should have turned the £15 million from Chris Wood and spent it on another striker, not four “potential” signings and hoped for the best.

On to the links

Leeds United Links

Luke Ayling shirt up for auction. [Leeds United.com]

Paul Heckingbottom seems to be safe, but why is that, and should he be? [Through It All Together]

England and English Football Links

A look as to why West Ham United supporters aren’t happy with the new London Stadium. [The Guardian]

Safe Standing is set to be debated in the House of Commons. [Sky Sports]

England is supposedly has the fifth best chance to win the 2018 World Cup. No, I don’t understand it either. [Sky Sports]

Scunthorpe ruined Plymouth Argyle’s playoff dream and ensured their own playoff spot last night. [BBC.com]

World Football Links

Facing relegation, Chievo Verona have drastically lowered the ticket prices to their next game. No one in England would ever do this. [Football-Italia.net]

Real Madrid will play in yet another Champions League final after defeating Bayern Munich 4-3 on aggregate. [Managing Madrid]

Fernando Torres might be headed from Atlético Madrid to the MLS. Where would he fit in? [Into the Calderon]