The Charlie Taylor transfer saga continues to rumble on as we approach the summer transfer window.

West Brom’s interest in the left-back is well-documented and it’s believed that they will try and sign him on a free transfer if they can agree a compensation fee with the Championship club.

Tony Pulis values that fee at around £3.5m but Leeds are said to be demanding a much higher fee otherwise they will take the ordeal to a tribunal where a mandatory figure will be decided independently.

Taylor has turned down multiple contract offers in the past and handed in a transfer request last summer, but Leeds have gone in with one last attempt to tie him down to a new deal but making a two-year offer, say the Birmingham Mail.

By offering a new deal the Whites are ensuring they’d be eligible for compensation through a tribunal, so who knows how genuine this offer is or how much hope they have that he’ll agree to the terms.

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