Manchester City would be open to Leeds United as a solution for out of favour midfielder Kalvin Phillips, according to Italian journalist Fabrizio Romano.


Phillips moved to West Ham United on loan in the winter transfer window, but has had a dismal time at the London Stadium.


The midfielder has struggled to make an impact and is now out injured, meaning he could have played his last game for the Hammers this season.



Manchester City are keen to offload him again in the summer and are open to solutions, which includes interest from Leeds.


Phillips’ former club have been mooted as a possible destination for him in the summer.



The midfielder shone under Marcelo Bielsa at Elland Road, form which pushed him into the England squad.


He is on a big pay packet at the Etihad however and whether Leeds would be willing to meet Phillips’ demands is unclear.



Leeds would also likely need to make sure of promotion to the Premier League this season to become a viable destination for Phillips.


Manchester City though would be open to Leeds as somewhere Phillips could move to.