Leeds won't sell Delph for Â£5m
Leeds United has made it clear that young striker Fabian Delph won't go cheap. They have asked Fulham to increase their Â£5m bid.
Fulham was on the verge of signing Leeds striker Fabian Delph and a deal of Â£5m was suggested. Leeds United think that the striker is worth more and informed the London club that Delph won't be sold at that price.
Fulham is keen to sign Delph and end the goal scoring problems upfront. They have lost Jamie Bullard to Hull City recently and they need a prolific scorer as a replacement.
Fabian Delph who currently plays for England U-21 is one of the brightest young talents in English football. The goal he scored against Brighton and Hove Albion is regarded as top class and showed the potential of the young striker.
Fulham is yet to make a decision on the new bid. Keep looking here for updates!