While the rhyme always tells you to never smile at a crocodile, I've learned that Wikipedia is the thing you really can't trust in football.
A recent story has been linked that Leeds have been linked with Belgian striker Jelle Vossen, which has apparently resulted in his Wikipedia page being changed. However, should the story be true, here's some info on the potential new signing.
Vossen will be known to many fans having featured against Leeds for two separate clubs against Leeds in the space of 12 months having played for both Middlesbrough and Burnley.
The aforementioned move to Burnley in the summer of 15/16 season is a peculiar one to say the least. Vossen only spent two months at Burnley in 2015 before departing for Belgian supremos Club Brugge. Burnley having spent £2.68million on him then decided to let him leave for £2.81mil begging the question; why was he signed in the first place?!
Anyway, Vossen is now back in his native Belgium and is once again banging the goals in for fun having scored 34 goals in 80 appearances for Club Brugge.
A talented forward who can play up top along with occupying a second striker or wide forward position, Vossen is a talented forward who could add some goals to Leeds attacking line up and support for Chris Wood.
However, Vossen is everything we already have in Marcus Antonsson and resembles the same gamble Leeds took when signing the Swede last summer.
In my opinion, we'd be better giving Antonsson the support he needs to improve on his gameplay and investing in a different type of striker, one with some damn pace!
Do you think Vossen is a potentially good signing or do you think Leeds should be looking elsewhere? Have your say in the comments below.
By Ryan Ingham