Mills believes the Leeds midfielder Calvin Phillips is ready to consider joining Manchester United if there is an attractive offer.
Ex-England defender Danny Mills believes Leeds United midfielder Calvin Phillips would seriously consider a move to Premier League rivals Manchester United . An offer has been made to buy the team, according to reports from Manchester Evening News.
United are looking for a defensive midfielder to fill their midfield. He was previously linked with West Ham’s Declan Rice, before being rejected by setting the player unacceptably high.
However, it is reported that Solskjaer could turn to Leeds United’s defensive midfielder Calvin Phillips, with Mills citing the possibility that the deal will succeed. Success because the players themselves should take this seriously as well.
“I think if he had a choice. He will definitely move somewhere. That’s because I’ve played there before. I’ve seen that too, Rio Ferdinand left but he was only at Leeds for a year, Alan Smith moved and I think the fans understand that. But I don’t like it either. And some people will never forgive him for this, I understand because the two clubs have always been rivals.
“Will he be able to fit in with Manchester United, will he be able to play with the team? This is without a doubt, absolutely yes, and will he make the team stronger? This is the same whether you like it or not As a Leeds fan, Manchester United is a world-class team. You can’t argue with that,” Mills said.