Leeds United star reportedly wanted by three Premier League clubs

Andre Gray says young players should voluntarily drop into non-league to prove themselves

Andre Gray says young players should voluntarily drop into non-league to prove themselves

Following today's 0-0 draw with Preston North End, local newspaper Hamburger Morgenpost reported on the Championship clash at Elland Road.

The abundance of new signings are also settling in well, with attacking midfielder Samu Saiz, who netted a hat-trick in the game against Port Vale, and Ezgjan Alioski, who already has two assists to his name, standing out in particular.

Wood was on fine form last term, ending off the Championship season as the highest scorer with 27 goals as Leeds finished in seventh position and narrowly missed out on a place in the Promotion playoffs.

Wood, who showed flashes of the talent that has piqued the EPL clubs' interest, came close to scoring in the final stages but was foiled by an excellent save by PNE keeper Chris Maxwell, who kept his club in the hunt with a string of important interventions. Burnely have reportedly already seen a bid of £12 million rejected for the New Zealand worldwide.

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United are determined to hold on to 30-goal striker Chris Wood.

English media outlets have reported that Burnley manager Sean Dyche - who led his side to a shock 3-2 win over reigning Premier League champions Chelsea on Sunday (NZT) - was interested in signing Wood to replace Andre Gray, who recently departed the club after signing an £18.1 million ($32 million) deal with Watford.

It could be a coincidence that the club is linked with a big, strong, target man like Chris Wood, but it also could mean that "The Whites" are already in the market looking for a replacement.

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