With summer recruitment apparently starting, Leeds need quite a players to complete our squad, with both additions and cover needed to give us a sizeable squad.
Garry Monk will surely be assessing what is needed in order for a good season and will be highlighting key positions that need strengthening within the coming weeks.
Monk is a man that seems like he'll do his homework before making any decisions on who to add, but it looks like he's already found one position he'd like to strengthen.
According to widespread reports, including the YEP, Monk is after a British based keeper to be between the sticks next season. With reports linking the club with both Lee Grant and Lee Camp being touted as potential suitors for the number one spot.
Although I do think Silvestri could do with being replaced, I don't think either keeper is good enough for the number one spot and I'd rather see young keeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell given the chance over them two.
Other positions that could do with a few added signings are; centre-back, left back, attacking midfield, wingers and a forward.
There's quite a few positions, but if the club are to challenge for promotion, improvement is needed in a lot of areas.
For the left back we are desperate for cover. Charlie Taylor nearly played every game last season and at times you could see fatigue creep in. If we are going forward, we need someone to come in and give the Player of the Season some rest in a busy schedule.
As for the other positions, here are a few players that could really add to our game and give us not only a strong side, but impact from the bench.
The young Arsenal midfielder is set to be available this summer rather on loan or permanently after not being able to force his way into Arsene Wenger's plans.
Not only is Hayden versatile, giving strength in depth in both midfield and defence, he is strong and powerful on the ball and will make a good replacement for the departing Liam Bridcutt.
The 21-year old spent a fantastic loan spell at Hull City last season and helped the club win promotion, something he could do for us too.
The talented Swede's time at Sunderland is all but over and he will be looking for a new club once he has finished his international duty this summer.
Linked with a move to Leeds already, it seems Monk is very interested in bringing the 31-year old to Elland Road.
Versed in both central midfield and wide roles, Larsson adds something different that Leeds don't have at the moment, top flight experience.
There's no doubt Larsson could give some of the young lads at Lufc a few lessons in winning big matches and how to progress further in their careers and he could be seen as an older head to bind the dressing room.
The talented Swede is also a fantastic technical midfielder, with a range of passing and set pieces that could amaze Leeds fans and cause havoc for Championship defences.
The Southend stopper has now left on a free transfer and is now looking to find a new club this summer.
Linked previously with a move to Leeds on two separate occasions including Cellino himself going to watch Bentley last season, Leeds could yet revive their interest in him.
The 22-year old may seem young to take up the number one spot at Leeds, but with over 140 appearances under his belt and a promotion with Southend on his CV, he could be exactly what Leeds need between the sticks.
Another player that was linked with a move to Leeds that eventually fell through.
After a bid was accepted from Leeds for the forward, he decided to join Bristol City instead and at the time, who could blame him? Bristol City were flying through League One and ended the season with a double, all we could offer him was a mid-table Championship finish.
Agard adds bags of pace and dynamism to our front line and can be deployed as a second striker or as a right sided attacker in a 4-3-3 formation and is not afraid of scoring, with 15 goals in his first season at Ashton Gate.
The pacey 26-year old hardly featured last season and with Lee Johnson set to revamp his squad this summer, his casualty could be our gain.
He's not a big fix, but a player that could come in on the cheap and definitely add something from the bench.
Currently linked with a move away from Bournemouth, Elphick was instrumental in the club reaching the Premier League in their fantastic promotion season.
With bags of promotion experience and a cool head, the 28-year old could be a signing that completely turns our side around and would be perfect to lead the line in defence and Marshall in Monk's new defensive strategies.
The former Brighton man is set to enter the peak of his career and he could be perfect to partner with rather Bamba or Cooper as Leeds look to make Elland Road a fortress.
Fresh from a loan spell at Reading and looking increasingly uncertain about his future prospects at his parent club Watford, Vydra is surely available to leave the Premier League side this summer.
A perfect partner in crime for Chris Wood, Vydra is capable of finding ample amounts of space and would be there for when Wood knocks the ball down.
Vydra is a player that needs to prove himself and Leeds could be the perfect place for him to come good.
An impressive 16 goals the season Watford were promoted proves he can make it in the Chanpionship and with a strike partner like Wood, we could have one of the deal first strike forces in the league.
A Tottenham Hotspur youth graduate, and we all know that youth at Tottenham is something to savour right now.
Ward spent last season on loan at Rotherham and was extremely impressive during his time in Yorkshire, making over 40 appearances.
The 21-year old is more than capable of playing all across the midfield and further forward and would be a great player to come in and fill gaps when needed.
A dab hand at creating space in the oppositions half and getting the game going, Ward's turn of pace and ability to shoot from long range could be a welcome addition in the Leeds midfield.
So there are a few picks who could make a big impact for Leeds next season. If we could make any additions like some of the players above, we could be looking at a fantastic squad come August.
Let's hope Monk gets more of a free reign in the market and gets some game changers for us.
Next season needs to be the big one for the lads!
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By Ryan Ingham