With Leeds set to continue investing heavily in the summer market, some players may feel like they aren't in the main picture for the club come the 17/18 season.
One of these players for sure will be Stuart Dallas. The wide man will surely feel this the most as he may not fit into to Thomas Christiansen's more attacking wing roles in a 4-5-1 or 4-3-3.
Last season we saw an in and out performance from Dallas, Monk was all over the shop with his selections and Dallas seemed to go by the wayside for much of the season, even though he still made 35 appearances for Leeds contributing 3 goals and 3 assists.
Dallas just didn't seem to get the chance to show Monk what he could do consistently and therefore didn't get his deserved chance in the side.
It's a shame that the Northern Irish International does not posses the pace that's needed within Leeds' current formations.
Technically, he's the best winger in the side and in some formations would make a brilliant 'wide midfielder' but the role of attacking winger seems lost on him.
Watching Dallas last season, he seemed petrified of taking on a defender and beating him. Whether that was his instruction to whip the ball in quick or short, it didn't work.
We've all seen Dallas drive to the byline and put the ball on a plate at the front post and what a glorious site it truly is. Whether that will be a possibly under Christiansen is anyone's guess, but I certainly hope so.
Here at WALL, we've decided that there's still room in Leeds' plans for Stuart Dallas, but this time as an attacking left back. We know it might sound foreign (get used to it most of our new signings will be) but hear us out.
One of the best facets of Dallas' game is his defending. He's able to track back and win the ball with ease and in a more defensive role this skill should only grow.
It's not a fully defensive role we are considering but more of a wing back were Dallas' duties are only looked at and multiplied. He'd make a great backup for Gaetano Berardi and will increase the teams chances of having very talented players on our left-hand side.
Whatever happens, Dallas only has 12 months left of his deal and if Leeds cannot guarantee the 26-year old first team football, we'll lose a very talented midfielder on a free next summer.
What do you think? Can Dallas become an integral part of the Leeds squad as their new left back? Or are we insane the consider the idea?
By Ryan Ingham