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Huddersfield midfielder Lewis O'Brien wanted by Leeds

Huddersfield midfielder Lewis O'Brien is wanted by Leeds United manager Jesse Marsch.

The Sun says the Terriers plan to offer him a second new contract in a year if they get to the Premier League.

Academy product O'Brien, 23, was on Leeds' radar last summer.

However, they failed to come up with a decent offer despite lengthy inquiries.

Instead he stayed with Huddersfield and was rewarded with a rise.

Leeds should now have the cash to meet his £10million fee but they could miss out again if their neighbours return to the top flight.

Huddersfield face Nottingham Forest at Wembley on Sunday in the Championship play-off final.


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