According to The Mirror, Leeds United are not worried about losing Arsenal-owned striker Eddie Nketiah to Bristol City in the January transfer window.
The Sun has claimed that City are interested in signing Nketiah from Premier League outfit Arsenal in January.
The British tabloid has claimed that City manager Lee Johnson wanted to secure the services of the young striker on loan in the summer transfer window, but missed out on the 20-year-old to Championship rivals Leeds.
For that to happen, Arsenal will have to recall the England Under-21 international from his loan spell at Leeds and then loan him to City.
Leeds United struggles
Nketiah is a very good striker, but the youngster is struggling for playing time at Leeds at the moment.
The 20-year-old striker has yet to start in the Championship for the Whites this season and has made seven substitute appearances in the league for Marcelo Bielsa’s side, scoring two goals in the process, according to WhoScored.