Former Leeds United defender Danny Mills has talked up the Whites’ chances of signing Alex Moreno this summer.
The next transfer window could be an exciting one at Elland Road, as Marcelo Bielsa looks to fine-tune his squad moving forward.
This is a wonderful opportunity for Leeds to kick on from an excellent first season back in the Premier League, so it is vital that they don’t sit still a crucial time.
Looking at the latest transfers being rumoured, one player who has been linked with a move to the Whites is Moreno, who has made 20 La Liga appearances for Real Betis this season, including 18 starts.
Mills discusses Leeds signing Moreno
Someone who thinks a move for the 27-year-old makes perfect sense is Mills, who told Football Insider that he could improve further under Bielsa:
“His [Bielsa] scouting network, his network of players, his due diligence is absolutely superb. He fully understands players he brings in and understands what needs to be done to improve them.
“Again, you would assume without a doubt there’s a great opportunity to pick up, not a bargain, but a good player who can be improved.”
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Moreno looks an excellent option for Leeds, with left-back an area that will need reinforcements, given the imminent exit of Ezgjan Alioski.
The Spaniard capable of excelling in a left wing, too, which is an added bonus, with his versatility potentially making him even more of a valuable asset, as is the case with Manchester City match-winner Stuart Dallas.
Moreno turns 28 this summer, so he is at an age where he has lots of experience, but can still hone his skills further under a top manager.
In other news, a journalist has claimed Leeds are considering a bid for a potential new signing. Read more here.
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