Leeds jostle with Prem duo for Barca defender - reports

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Armando Lozano is being chased by Leeds United, Fulham and Swansea City, according to The Sun.

The Barcelona B defender, who has scored one goal in 26 appearances for the club where he played with Chelsea's new boy Oriol Romeu.

But now Leeds are battling for the defender, along with Fulham and Swansea.

Despite being in the Npower Championship, Leeds' spending power can compete with that of Fulham and Swansea, even with their Barclays Premier League status.


Leeds' defensive fallibility was there for all to see against West Ham United on Sunday, as Carlton Cole's volley and Patrick Kisnorbo's own goal denied Simon Grayson's side their first away win of the season.

Swansea will be looking for resources as they attempt to stay in the Premier League at the first time of asking, while Fulham, who are celebrating 10 years in the division, may want defensive cover for Brede Hangeland and Aaron Hughes.

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