Leeds United could still receive bids for defender Charlie Taylor in the final three days of the transfer window, with Liverpool claimed to be interested in the left-back.

The defender slapped in transfer request with the club earlier in the summer, but Leeds have so far stuck to their stance of not allowing the player to leave in the current transfer window.

Taylor’s current contract with the club runs until the end of this season, and a breakdown in the relationship of his agent and Leeds owner Massimo Cellino has stalled talks over a new deal.

Leeds remain confident of holding on to the defender beyond Wednesday’s deadline, but according to the Yorkshire Evening Post, they could still receive bids for him.

West Brom are big fans of the player, with Tony Pulis watching Taylor in action on Saturday against Nottingham Forest at the City Ground, and even Bournemouth could look to reunite the defender with his former Leeds team-mate Lewis Cook at the Vitality.  


However, the Premier League duo could face stiff competition from English giants Liverpool, who are claimed to be interested in the left-back.

Taylor has been on Liverpool’s radar for some time, but with the transfer window running out, and the Reds still struggling in the left-back position, Jurgen Klopp could slap in a bid for him before Wednesday.

It has been claimed that the trio of Premier League clubs are the ones who are most likely to try and snare Taylor away from Leeds in the final days of the window.