Archie Gray is not expected to be the last player Leeds United sell this summer, according to journalist Alan Nixon.


Last season, Leeds failed to earn promotion to the Premier League, which has left the Yorkshire outfit in a tricky financial situation to adhere to PSR regulations.


Several players have been linked with a move out of Elland Road this summer, as the club want to stay on the right side of PSR.



Leeds have now sold Gray to Tottenham Hotspur and it has been suggested that the move means they are effectively fine financially.


However, other players at Elland Road continue to generate interest, with Crysencio Summerville one target for top flight sides.



And Gray has been tipped to not be the only departure from Leeds this summer.


Gray’s exit though likely places Leeds in a much stronger position to dictate the asking price of their players if clubs do come in.



The Whites have already sold Marc Roca to Real Betis, but a move to Toulouse for Charlie Cresswell collapsed on Monday.