With the recent news last week of Luke Murphy's departure and the confirmation of Pablo Hernandez's permanent acquisition, a somewhat quiet transfer window could turn into a very busy one for Garry Monk and co.
The recent purchase of 50% of the clubs shares by Andrea Radrizzani is set to hand Garry Monk a sizeable budget to work with as Leeds continue to challenge for a playoff finish this season, something neither Monk or Cellino would have expected last July.
Leeds have a stronger squad this season but more importantly a happier team that are enjoying playing for the badge on the shirt and the coach in the dressing room and you can't buy that.
However, I still expect a few moves in and out this window as Garry Monk looks to streamline his squad. The likes of Ross Turnbull and Toumani Diagouraga definitely heading for the exit door whether it be on loan or permanently.
Monk even mentioned in his pre- Cambridge press talk that their are players within his squad that do not serve a purpose and could leave before the end of the transfer window.
We could also see loan moves for some of the young talent available to the first team be sent out on loan to gain first team experience.
Tyler Denton could still see a loan move materialise along with the likes of Malik Wilks, Jack Vann, Eoghan Stokes and Paul McKay could follow his brother Jacks footsteps in joining a club on loan to gain some first team opportunities.
The final departure that I could still see materialise is want-away left back Charlie Taylor leaving for what he would class as a higher class of football.
There's been no doubt all season that Taylor wants out of Leeds United and although I'd hate to see another academy star depart the club on the cheap, some of his performances this season have left little to be proud of.
Taylor is a brilliant talent and it would be a shame to let him go, but I do think that not allowing him to leave could see the player revolt and the feel good factor in the dressing room to drop. .
We've shown in the past couple of games that we can perform without the marauding left back and I do believe that both Berardi and Denton can fill his spot with ease.
The reality of the matter is, the talent that came in this summer far out ways the talent that left for pastures new. Replacing the likes of Sol Bamba and Giuseppe Bellusci with the powerful duo of Bartley and Jansson was a master stroke. Who's to say we can't do the same with replacing Taylor?
Whatever happens this window, I'm sure that fans will be a lot happier with the outcome compared to previous seasons. Leeds are entering the window in a stronger position than usual and that's something to be excited about.
By Ryan Ingham