Dallas set to be rewarded for great form with new Leeds deal

Leeds United will offer Stuart Dallas a major new contract at the end of the campaign, according to reports.

The Northern Irishman has been a standout performer on the Whites’ return to the Premier League.

He’s appeared in all 33 of their league matches, scoring seven goals and assisting two more.

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According to Football Insider, Dallas will be rewarded with a big-money contract extension.

Leeds are hoping to tie down the 30-year-old to fresh terms and will offer him around double his current wages.

Dallas’ existing contract expires in June 2023. If a new deal is agreed then he could spend the final years of his career at Elland Road.

Club chiefs have been impressed with the way he has adapted to life in the top flight.

Dallas has been consistently brilliant in every position he has played, which varies from left-back to centre-midfield.

Boss Marcelo Bielsa knows he can rely on the player to put in a shift wherever he is on the pitch. He’s now one of the first names on the team sheet at the Yorkshire side.

Arguably his best performance of the campaign came in the 2-1 away victory over league leaders Manchester City.

Dallas scored two good goals as Leeds took all three points at the Etihad, despite being under intense pressure for much of the match.

He has also scored in victories over Newcastle, Leicester and Southampton, helping Leeds to compete for a top ten finish.

They’re currently ninth in the table, ahead of Mikel Arteta’s Arsenal.

Leeds know that there will be interest in their star players come the end of the season. Dallas is right up there and a new double-your-money deal should help to end any club’s hope of signing him.

His journey to the Premier League is certainly one of the more interesting ones. He started his career with Crusaders FC in Northern Ireland, before joining Brentford 2012. He made 75 appearances for the Bees before securing a £1.7million move to Leeds in 2015.

Dallas featured 45 times in the Championship last season as Leeds won the title on 93 points, ending their 16-year wait for Premier League football.

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