Latest rumours suggest that Leeds are interested in Newcastle forward Dwight Gayle.
The talented striker has not yet been made available by manager Rafa Benitez but it does seem that with the signing of Joselu, the player has fallen down the pecking order.
With Leeds losing last seasons 30 goal striker Chris Wood it is only natural for the media to link an out of favour forward with a big money move to Championship challengers Leeds.
Gayle, who had an impressive Championship season last term scoring 23 in 34 appearances in his first season for the Magpies.
However, if Gayle is not in the plans of Benitez, it's likely that he will push for a move away from the club in order to avoid the same fate he suffered at Crystal Palace.
The former Non-League striker is a deadly asset in front of goal and would be the perfect signing for Leeds, offering pace and power along with the ability to play as a sole striker or feeding off a striking partner.
Although a deal for the 27-year old seems unlikely, signing Gayle would be a real statement of intent by Leeds and Thomas Christiansen's squad would look far stronger with his addition.
With Fulham hot on his tail, should Leeds move quick to sign Gayle? Or is he too expensive for the club? Have your say in the comments below.
By Ryan Ingham