With clubs starting to reveal their retained lists, plenty of clubs will find some real gems in the unwanted masses.
There's definitely some bargains out there that Leeds should be taking notice of the players that have now become available as the Premier League retained lists have been announced.
There's no shame in bringing in players for free, the Calibre of player that now is available on the free market is phenomenal and it's about time Leeds looked into beating clubs to some of the best gems searching for new clubs.
Below is a lot of players that are now available on free transfers who could really add something to our currently mines use squad.
The former Everton striker has finally departed the Baggies after three mixed years at the club and will be hoping to reinvent himself at this new club.
Although he's never been reliable for goals, he's still an imposing forward that can create chances and bring other players into the game.
He's a player that could do well with Chris Wood, giving the Aussie space to drive th a all forward. He is also great in the air, so the pressures off Wood when it comes to crosses.
The talented midfielder was since linked with a to the likes of Arsenal and Manchester United when he was tearing up the Premier League for Sunderland.
Another player to leave West Brom after falling out of the first team, Sessegnon's ability on the ball and versatility could be a major bonus to our currently limited squad size.
Predominantly an attacking midfielder, Sessegnon could slot into the role straight away and push Cook back to his more suited central midfield role.
Another striker, but one who can score goals when on form. Fletcher is one of the best players to be available on a free transfer this summer and could be a star in the Championship.
The big man up top would still do a great job in the Premier League, but in the Championship he could be a player to push past 20 goals a season with ease.
His neat finishing and special awareness could be a real bonus to our squad and he'd definitely add another dimension to our game.
The talented playmaker has never fit in at Southampton and was farmed out to Middlesbrough in January.
In his spell at Teeside Ramirez scored 7 goals and was a major part of the club's promotion push and clearly knows how to play in the Championship.
Another attacking midfielder that would be perfect for the No.10 in a 4-2-3-1, Ramirez has the ability to dictate play and create scoring chances, something we are crying out for.
A virtually unknown but a fantastic prospect that has surprisingly been released by Norwich City.
The young Jamaican forward has bags of pace and knows his way around a 6-yard box, two things that we could do with adding to our squad.
Loza may not have had the best spell at Southend United and at the age of 22, he really needs a chance to show his skills and is worth a gamble.
An unheard of youth that was said to be the next big thing for Liverpool.
McLaughlin can play anywhere down the right and is blessed with both pace and defensive sensibility.
The 21-year old could be perfect cover for Gaetano Berardi and Lewie Coyle along with giving us a second option on the right side of the midfield.
One player I would love to see at Leeds United strutting his stuff.
Powell has suffered since joint scum and the shithouses' across the Pennines have ruined a fantastic prospect in the young attacking midfielder.
The 22-year old is able to play as an attacking midfielder, central midfielder and a striker and could be the perfect player to come in and add a bit of flair to our squad.
A former successful partnership with Luke Murphy could see the pair reunite to terrorise Championship midfielder to now end, something that should excite everyone.
With Crystal Palace conceding so many goals last season, it's a shock that the Jamaican defender didn't get many chances this season.
Brute strength, experience and versatility, Mariappa has everything that we are currently begging for at the heart of the defence.
There's no doubt that Monk will look to make additions in defence, with only three recognised centre-backs currently at the squad and Mariappa could be the perfect addition to add some sensibility to the squad.
The South African midfield maestro might be past it to some but I still think that he has a good season left in him and why not at Elland Road?
Not only would Pienaar give us an option as a winger, but he can also play in the centre of midfield and dictate play.
A big risk at the age of 34 and only six appearances to his name this season, his tenacity to not give up and Premier League experience could be a major addition to the squad.