As many English find themselves wrapped in transfer rumours but not actually getting anywhere, Leeds United are an exception.
Lots is happening at Elland Road, including Elland Road itself. Not content with signing Mateusz Klich over the past week, Leeds United have also bought their stadium.
Samu Saiz seems to be edging closer to the Championship, if frustratingly slowly, and Felix Wiedwald may beat him to it.
Wiedwald signed a one year contract extension with Werder Bremen in April, which pretty much showed he wasn’t entirely sure about his future there, but allowed the club to get a transfer fee.
Extending until 2018, Wiedwald ruled out the possibility of leaving on a free transfer, but when it became clear Jiri Pavlenka was on his way to the German club, Wiedwald wanted out.
Germany’s KSTA report Wiedwald has flown to England to tie up the final bits of a transfer to Leeds United.
Werder Bremen’s sporting director Frank Baumann is quoted as saying he believes the Leeds United transfer will be done: “Tomorrow or the day after.”
Wiedwald is in a race with Saiz, and he may well win it.