Leeds United’s planned end to Premier League after development and seismic transfer indicator
After long-standing interest, Barcelona finally landed their man when they signed star Brazilian winger Raphinha from Leeds on Friday in a deal worth £55m.
Raphinha was United’s top scorer last season with 11 goals in a campaign in which the Selecao star also weighed in with three assists.
Raphinha left Leeds on Friday afternoon in what was a record sale for the club and United then faced Premier League opposition for the first time in the summer two days later via a pre-season friendly against Aston Villa in Brisbane,
United fell to a 1-0 loss after a second-half penalty converted by Danny Ings settled a contest in which four of United’s summer signings started with another, Luis Sinisterra, brought in from the bench.
After Sunday’s look at Leeds following the sale of Raphinha, this is where United should end up at the end of the 2022-23 campaign.
The prediction is made first on the odds of winning the league and then on the relegation prizes.
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