Leeds United have joined both Arsenal and Chelsea in the race to sign Brentford’s Said Benrahma this summer, according to a report from the player’s native Algeria.

Brentford’s defeat to Barnsley on Wednesday night means that unlike Leeds, they were not able to secure automatic promotion and will have to go through the playoffs if they wish to become a Premier League side next season.

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Regardless of whether it’s with Brentford or via a transfer, it’s looking very likely that Benrahma will be a Premier League Player next season.

Arsenal are apparently keeping tabs on him, as are Chelsea, but it remains to be seen if either club make a bid.

Leeds might be more inclined to make n offer for the winger as they aren’t as well stacked in terms of options in heir squad, whereas The Gunners and The Blues have players who have done well in those roles, whilst Chelsea are already looking at other options.