Leeds United fans in the Transfer Tavern will want the club to act swiftly this summer, and as such they have been stepping up their interest in possible transfer targets.
The Whites are currently looking for a new manager to replace Paul Heckingbottom this summer after deciding he was not the man they needed in charge to help take them back to the Premier League.
The managerial search process could be a hindrance to the club’s player recruitment drive, yet the Elland Road outfit have been busy lining up new targets, with The Yorkshire Evening Post reporting that Birmingham goalkeeper David Stockdale is being readied for a possible deal.
The Whites remain keen on bringing Angus Gunn on loan from Manchester City, yet should they be unable to land him, they will consider the 32-year-old after he was told that he is surplus to requirements at St Andrew’s.
And news that their club are continuing to eye up signings despite the ongoing managerial situation is likely to please our resident Leeds fans, who will be hoping for better from their side next season.
Landlord’s Verdict: The Leeds locals in the Tavern will be pleased that the club are continuing their efforts in the transfer market, considering the need for a new manager.
The punters will realise that the side need a number of new additions to help them achieve their aims this season, and will feel the goalkeeper position is a priority.
Stockdale would be considered a great addition with his experience and would be a solid signing for their efforts, as he has experienced promotion from the Championship with Brighton & Hove Albion.
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