Leeds’ top scorer wants to fire the Elland Road club into the top flight
Leeds forward Kemar Roofe has no plans on leaving Elland Road as he wants to fire the club into the Premier League.
Roofe, 26, tops Leeds’ scoring charts this season and his fine form in front of goal has earned him admiring glances from elsewhere.
A move to the Premier League has been mooted with Newcastle, Crystal Palace, Southampton and Wolves said to be keen on the former West Brom youngster.
Galatasaray, the Turkish giants, have also been linked with the 14-goal striker this month.
But Roofe has no desire to leave Elland Road any time soon, especially with Leeds well on their way to securing a return to the top flight.
“I’m going nowhere,” Roofe told The Sun. “I want to help get Leeds into the Premier League. That is my big ambition of this season.
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“This is an incredible club and we all want to deliver for the fans.”
Leeds currently sit three points clear at the top of the Championship table, with Norwich their closest rivals.
The two sides face off on Saturday evening in what could be a key battle in the race for promotion.