Leeds United are weighing up a bid for Newcastle striker Chris Wood in January. According to Football Insider. The 30-year-old, who previously played for Elland Road is third choice at St James’ Park behind Callum Wilson and striker Alexander Isak football club.
Leeds are in the market for a new striker who can score goals. And as an alternative to swap with Rodrigo Moreno. The team’s top scorer at the moment. Including Patrick Bamford, who always has injuries.
It is possible that the Yorkshire club could offer him a loan deal. And the players they were considering included Wood’s name UFABET
Chris Wood was signed from Burnley in January for £25m but has only started two of his 14 Premier League appearances this season.
With Isak set to return to fitness during the Premier League restart against Leicester on Boxing Day, Wood’s chances at Newcastle have diminished.
For New Zealand national team spearhead. He had previously played for Leeds in 2016-17 and was the team’s top scorer with 30 goals.
Chris Wood is a center forward player. He is not a player who excels in speed. But it is considered to be quite flexible. Good movement and niche In addition to the good hope of producing scores in the penalty area, another man’s feature is a tall, tall shape, giving him quite an advantage when playing the ball in the air, winning the goal or helping the game. He is a player who is good at keeping the ball especially in long balls from long distances. And with a thick, stalwart body with plenty of force. It makes him another difficult question for every Premier League rival defender.