Leeds United have not yet managed to reach an agreement on contract renewals with academy products Lewie Coyle and Alex Mowatt.

The Yorkshire giants have been looking to tie down the highly rated defender and the goalscoring midfielder, securing their respective futures at Elland Road.

However, there is no agreement yet on either Coyle or Mowatt's new contract, according to the Yorkshire Evening Post.

Leeds have found themselves in a vulnerable position on contracts of late, losing Sam Byram in the winter window this year after he refused to extend a deal which would have run out in the summer.

And this summer they sold Lewis Cook, a player whose deal was due to expire next summer.


Leeds are also in a similar situation to the Byram saga with left-back Charlie Taylor, whose deal runs out next summer and who is refusing to sign an extension.

Taylor put in a transfer request earlier this summer, but Leeds knocked it back and have vowed not to sell him.