Leeds United have opened talks with England midfielder Calvin Phillips new contract Although the current contract is still valid for up to three years.
According to Football Insiders, Leeds United are keen to reward Phillips’ outstanding performance with a new extended contract. Including improve wage to be commensurate with the current situation.
Phillips has always been a central figure in Marcelo Bielsa’s squad. He has been a key midfielder alongside Gareth Southgate’s Declan Rice in England’s squad since the battle Euro 2020 reaching the finals. As a result the 25-year-old midfielder is reportedly being watched by Manchester City.
Phillips last signed a new contract at Elland Road in September 2019, signing a five-year contract until June 2024.
Phillips, growing up as a young figure for Leeds himself, made his first team debut in the 2014-15 Championship season. He played a key role in securing promotion to the Premier League in 2020. While his England service came just last year. Has played 17 games in less than two full years.