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20 May 2017, 12:31 | Pamela Mathis
Kiwi striker Chris Wood is being chased by multiple Premier League clubs reports suggest
The New Zealand worldwide striker finished as the Championship's top scorer with 27 goals, but despite his best efforts Leeds failed to make the play-offs after a late-season slump.
Leeds United fans need to prepare themselves for a long summer of transfer speculation over the future of Chris Wood.
The 25-year-old New Zealand global is also courting the interest of other Premier League clubs in West Ham United, Swansea City and Stoke City according to the same report.
And his impressive goalscoring form has not gone unnoticed with the Daily Mirror claiming West Ham and Stoke are interested in securing his signature.
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Arsenal were leading the division less than a week ago but a loss at Chelsea saw the Gunners miss out on the league title. As reported by Chelsea's official website , Luiz said: "He likes to work, that is his secret".
Wood has been an essential player for the Elland Road outfit over the last 12 months and topped the Championship scoring charts despite Garry Monk's men missing out on the play-offs.
Swansea and Southampton have apparently expressed an interest too.
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The honour caps a fantastic campaign for Wood after he finished the domestic season as the Championship's top goalscorer. West Bromwich Albion still seems to be his most likely destination, but it looks as though Wood won't be joining him in the Premier League just yet.
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