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16/05/2018 - 13:59 BST

League One Club Supremo Rules Out Swoop For Leeds United Star

 




Peterborough United supremo Darragh MacAnthony has ruled out any chance of the League One club moving for Leeds United centre-back Liam Cooper.

The defender has split opinion amongst Leeds fans, with a number of Whites supporters convinced he is not of the quality needed for a side with promotion aspirations in the Championship.




And with Leeds looking to re-sign Kyle Bartley, who had a successul loan spell at Elland Road last season, from Swansea City, Cooper could find himself relegated to bench warming duty.

MacAnthony has confirmed Peterborough, bossed by former Leeds manager Steve Evans, are hunting two new centre-backs over the summer.
 


But when a Leeds fan suggested a swoop for Cooper, MacAnthony ruled it out.

The Posh supremo replied on Twitter: "Not on our list."

Bartley formed an effective centre-back pairing with Pontus Jansson at Leeds during his loan spell and would be expected to rekindle it if the Whites do succeed in snapping him up from relegated Swansea.