Leeds United could look to enter the transfer market this winter and bolster their squad in certain places to help with their promotion challenge.
The Whites currently sit at the summit of the Championship table, however, with the number of injuries they have already had, their side looks thin in places.
Marcelo Bielsa is also thought to be keen on adding some depth and quality to his team for the business end of the season, with a winger largely thought to be on his list of targets.
It is understood that Aston Villa’s Albert Adomah could be available in January and Leeds could try and look to land the player.
The 30-year-old, who has also attracted interest from Middlesbrough, has started slowly this season at Villa Park and it is believed Dean Smith could be prepared to offload him.
Leeds were allegedly interested in taking Adomah in the summer, however, a move failed to materialise and despite the winger having played a number of games already, it appears he could be on the move.
The Villans decided against offering the 30-year-old a new contract and he almost completed a move to Middlesbrough, but they failed to agree to terms for their former player.
Leeds’ injury list continues to mount and Bielsa is believed to feel that he has a lack of quality on the wing, so Adamoh could become an inspired signing for the Elland Road outfit, as he has plenty of experience in the Championship and helped Boro to a playoff spot last season.
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