Leeds United are set to miss out on a healthy windfall from the sale of striker David Healy to Fulham.

The Guardian says Healy's lack of goals, which has contributed to Fulham's slump and left them facing relegation which could result in a £25m loss of income, may prove costly for Leeds too.

The League One club stand to receive a performance-related sum from Fulham for the £1.5m striker if he scores five goals this season. With only three games in which to retrieve their five-point deficit from safety, Healy has four goals to his name.