With the summer transfer window open and Leeds still without a manager, it's expected that the club will still complete deals for players under the onus of the new team that owner Andrea Radrizanni has put in place.
Last week the Premier League clubs announced their retained lists and as always, there's a few gems that have departed for free agency in search for first team football.
Here's a list of players that we think would be suitable for Leeds to snap up while they have the opportunity;
The former Tottenham defender has finally been allowed to leave Crystal Palace after a few rough years in the capital.
Fryers is a talented left back can also pick up duties as a centre back and would be a welcome addition to Leeds defence as a versatile defender. Blessed with pace and a good amount of strength, all Fryers needs is regular football to kickstart his career again and we could have a diamond in the rough.
Fryers is only still 24 and has bags of talent along with some experience in the Premier League, itd be crazy for Leeds to not entertain the idea.
What Leeds was lacking last year was a bit of steel in midfield, someone to really take the game by the scruff of the neck and bully the opposition.
Ledley is a battle hardened central midfielder who could really add some steal to a young and inexperienced Leeds midfield.
The Welsh international midfielder is now 30 years old and has admitted that he may have to step down to the Championship after four years in England's top flight.
Ledley is also capable of bringing goals to the plate having been renowned for his long range efforts while spending time at Celtic.
Once heralded as 'Jurgen Klopp's biggest jewell' only 12 months ago, Gomes is a talented young striker who deserves a punt in the Championship.
It's imperative that Leeds look to bring in more striking options to support Chris Wood this summer and one fairly reasonable idea would be to bring Gomes to Elland Road on the cheap.
The 18-year old striker who comes from the same country as Ronaldo Vieira is known for his skills in and around the box and resembles a low cost gamble for Leeds with a potentially huge payout.
Once of Bavarian giants Bayern Munich and then relegated from the Premier League with a tinpot club from the North East, how depressing.
Kirchhoff was once a very talented defender who has been playing for a poor side and an appalling manager.
With the right coaching and support, he could create a formidable partnership with Pontus Jansson in the heart of Leeds' defence.
You'll have seen the name before. Pocognoli spent the majority of last season on loan at promoted Championship side Brighton and was impressive.
With Charlie Taylor departing, Leeds are left with the possibility of being short at left back and Pocognoli could fit this gap in a heartbeat.
The talented full back is a former Belgian international and has bags of top flight experience having played for clubs including Standard Liege, Hannover and West Brom.
Is there anyone we've missed? Who would you like to sign? Have your say in the comments below.
By Ryan Ingham