Leeds look set to challenge Rangers for the signing of talented forward Harry Wilson.
Both clubs look set to lock horns as they vie for the signature of the Welsh wizard who is coming off a brilliant spell with Hull City.
Wilson, who is blessed with both skill and pace made a huge difference to the Tigers, who were set for a nail bitting finish before the youth foster joined on loan.
The 21-year old made an instant impact for the Championship strugglers, scoring an impressive seven goals in 13 appearances, adding three assists to his tally along the way.
However, club legend Steven Gerrard is set to bend the ear of the clubs board in order to try and sign the forward in front of Leeds.
Liverpool as said to want an initial fee of £250,000 and an agreement that could penalise any potential suitors should Wilson not feature in enough games.
Wilson is capable of playing in several positions across the attacking role and could be a very versatile option for Leeds, who will be hoping to add goals and Championship experience this summer.
This is the third potential deal that sees Leeds and the Scottish giants lock horns with deals for Oli McBurnie, Kyle Bartley and now Wilson all said to include a tug of war across the border.
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By Ryan Ingham