Leeds United could potentially lose their top striker Chris Wood this summer, according to reports from the Sun.
The New Zealand International is linked with Huddersfield Town, the new English Premier League member, and they are willing to splash the cash to sign the striker.
Wood has been the top goal scorer in the Championship during the most recent campaign, netting 27 goals in 44 matches and creating many more chances for his teammates.
It was evident that the interest for Wood would come up sooner or later and that his fantastic performances couldn’t pass without attracting some attention.
Besides Huddersfield – Crystal Palace, Swansea, Stoke West Ham, West Bromwich Albion, and Southampton are all also interested in the 25-year-old Kiwi.
Huddersfield Town are willing to spend £15 million in order to land him at the Kirklees Stadium. Wood came to Leeds in 2015 from Leicester for £3 million and if the potential deal with Huddersfield goes through, the Peacocks will earn a substantial amount of money on the player.