Leeds United are looking to build on their successful start of the campaign and have turned their attention to the Premier League for some possible loan talent.
Marcelo Bielsa has watched his side record back-to-back wins against Stoke City and Derby County, where his team have dominated and outclassed their opponents.
However, it is believed the Argentine still wants to add some quality to his squad in certain areas, where he feels they are currently lacking depth.
Central midfield is thought to be one of those areas of the field, with the Yorkshire Post claiming that the Whites have identified two players from Premier League outfits as possible men they can bring to Elland Road on a temporary deal.
It has been reported that Everton’s Muhamed Besic is one man that is on Bielsa’s radar, whilst Liverpool’s Marko Grujic could be another option, should they fail to land the Bosnia and Herzegovina international.
Either midfielder would be an immediate upgrade to the current Leeds squad, who have an apparent lack of options in the middle of the park.
Ronaldo Vieira departed for Sampdoria before the close of the transfer window, whilst Adam Forshaw was struck down with a foot injury that required surgery.
However, it remains to be seen if Bielsa can convince either Besic or Grujic to join him at Elland Road, with both considering different options.
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