Leeds United head coach Garry Monk has insisted that the club are not focusing on offloading players in January, while clearly stating that they have not received any enquires from other clubs.
The Yorkshire giants are expected to be active in the January transfer window as they look to boost a squad who are in the thick of a promotion challenge in the Championship this season.
Monk has repeatedly stated that unlike last summer he is not looking for a squad overhaul and just needs to make a couple of additions in key areas for the second half of the season.
And the Leeds boss has stressed that the club are not focusing on allowing players to leave, adding that no club have approached the Whites for any of his squad members in January.
Denying the need to offload players, Monk said in a press conference earlier today: “That’s not our focus.”
Leeds signed eleven new players in the summer to conduct an overhaul of a squad which again finished in the bottom half of the Championship last season.
And most of Monk’s buys have worked out for the club as Leeds are currently fifth in the league table despite a dodgy start to their season.