Newcastle United Goalkeeper, Karl Darlow has been approached by Leeds United. Behind the scenes it is reported that a sum of 4-million has been agreed between Leeds and Newcastle, leaving player negotiations open for the whites to explore.
However talks of a loan deal are not written off just yet, with Leeds United’s director of Football, Orta, believing that a loan deal until the end of the season would be in Leeds’ best interests.
Leeds United lost young English goalkeeper, Jamal Blackman, to one of many long lasting injuries at Elland Road, leaving a gaping hole in the Goalkeeping position.
Bielsa had previously revealed that Peacock-Farrell had lost his place in the squad to Jamal Blackman, prior to his season long injury.
Darlow, 28, is an experienced Goalkeeper who won promotion from the Championship with Newcastle in 2017 and has made over 100 league appearances in two separate spells with Nottingham Forest.
Darlow is an experienced Goalkeeper who will seemingly be brought in as number 1, putting more pressure on young international, Peacock-Farrell to continue his commendable run of form, given the circumstances.