Leeds United will be desperate to build on their last Championship result against West Bromwich Albion, with a trip to Ashton Gate coming up next to face Bristol City.
The Whites thrived off having Tyler Roberts and Patrick Bamford running things through the middle last time out, so they may look to adopt that approach from here on in until the end of the season.
However, it appears as if Marcelo Bielsa is already looking towards the summer transfer window, as according to reliable journalist Alan Nixon, Leeds United are eyeing a loan move for Harry Wilson next season.
LEEDS. Already looking at Harry Wilson at LIVERPOOL for a loan next season if they go up. Playing for DERBY. Must have been checking him out from the bushes.
— Alan Nixon (@reluctantnicko) March 3, 2019
Indeed, the Wales international has been simply unstoppable in the final third for Derby County this season, having produced a respectable 12 goals and four assists, which includes a number of wonder strikes. It’s safe to say that Wilson is the type of player who could get Elland Road rocking as he possesses the ability to create something out of absolutely nothing and he would be sure to get fans excited with his pace and skill in wide areas.
Leeds United have benefited massively from having Pablo Hernandez’s creativity and attacking brilliance in the final third this season, so throwing another game-changer into the mix could send fans into dreamland.
It’s safe to say that Wilson has already given supporters a reason to love him as the 21-year-old mocked Leeds’ bitter rivals Man United after scoring a wonderful free-kick against them for Derby County this season in the Carabao Cup, as he held up five fingers to show that his parent club Liverpool have won more European cups than United.
Of course, with Jack Harrison set to return to the Etihad at the end of the season and Jack Clarke possibly receiving even more interest from the Premier League, it would make sense for Marcelo Bielsa to bring in reinforcements out wide as they’ll need to prepare well if they secure Premier League football for next season.
What do you think Leeds United fans?