Leeds United are sticking to their no-sale stance on Charlie Taylor despite the left-back refusing to sign a new contract.

Taylor has just a year left on his contract at Elland Road and slapped in a transfer request, which was refused, earlier this summer.

The defender has attracted interest from a clutch of Premier League clubs, including West Brom.

But according to Radio Yorkshire, Leeds are continuing to stick to their stance of refusing to consider selling Taylor in the current transfer window.

Whites head coach Garry Monk has continued to select the defender despite his desire to leave the club.


Leeds endured a similar contractual impasse with another full-back, Sam Byram, last summer. The Yorkshire giants kept Byram throughout the summer window, but he was eventually sold to West Ham United in the winter window.

Taylor is a product of Leeds' esteemed youth academy and made a total of 43 appearances across all competitions for the club last season, scoring once and providing his team-mates with seven assists.