Leeds look set to bolster their defence with a very versatile defender.
One player who has been linked to a move to Elland Road has been Dane Kristian Pedersen.
The defender is capable of playing at left centre back, full back and winger and is said to be very competent in all positions.
Currently playing for Bundesliga 2 side Union Berlin, Pedersen has spent two years being a mainstay in defence but being allowed to switch positions to suit the club.
The 23-year old has made 31 appearances this season, contributing one goal and three assists during the campaign.
Pedersen is currently valued between £1-1.5million. However, with only 12 months left on his current contract could be available for a fraction of that.
A move for Pedersen does seem to beg the question what Leeds are expecting to do with left back Laurens DeBock.
A January signing for a fee of £1.5million, the Belgian struggled to settle in English football prior to being injured and missing the final three months of the season.
In that time young sensation Tom Pearce has taken the reigns at left back and scored his first goal for the club against the relegated Barnsley.
If Pedersen is set to join, Leeds could see an abundance of left Backs currently at the club with Gaetano Berardi, Tyler Denton and the aforementioned Pearce and DeBock.
Could Leeds see a major cull of their defensive unit? Or is Pedersen being eyed for a different position? Have your say in the comments below.
By Ryan Ingham