Leeds United push for Joe Gelhardt contract deal


Reports claim that Leeds United are looking to tie Joe Gelhardt to a new contract.

Before kick-off against Wolves tonight, Leeds have Joe Gelhardt’s goal against Norwich to thank for their best position in the battle for survival.

Coming off the bench as the Canaries scored what they thought was an equalizer to share the points, Gelhardt teamed up with Raphinha to send Leeds ahead.

It may only be Gelhardt’s second of the season, but his impact in just over 450 minutes played has demonstrated his incredible skill.

Two goals, an assist and two penalties won show that Leeds not only have superb talent on their hands, but a striker ready for an improved role in the squad.

How many points do Leeds need to survive?

More than 10

More than 10

Less than 10 years old

Less than 10 years old

Athleticism report that the club are seeing Gelhardt’s performance and have added him to the list of players they need to complete a new contract.

Gelhardt’s current contract runs until 2024 and is the one he wrote upon arriving at the club in 2020, when Leeds signed him from Wigan Athletic for a feature. £1 million costs.

Have him sign.

Gelhardt is one of the most exciting youngsters in the Premier League, and we can’t afford to treat him like he’s not a key player now.

That one goal on Sunday could be worth millions to this club in the future, and he needs to be rewarded for his impact this season.

He’s not the only player we need to link, so I wonder where he ranks in our priorities.

In what year was Joe Gelhardt born?






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