Leeds United will be desperate to ensure some consistency after the international break having won only one of their last four Championship fixtures.
The Whites established themselves as early-season title challengers but they appear to have dropped off the pace slightly in recent times, with the teams around them all picking up points. Although, it appears as if Marcelo Bielsa is eyeing a potential addition, as according to Bristol Live (via Football League World), Leeds United are said to have revived their interest in Brandley Kuwas.
Leeds United could be set to revive a move for Heracles’ Brandley Kuwas.
It’s thought that the Yorkshire club could make another move for the 26-year-old this summer, when Kuwas will be out of contract.
The Whites were keen on the Heracles Almelo winger in the summer but were unable to meet the Dutch club’s £3.25 million asking price.
Leeds United will no doubt be looking to strengthen at the end of the season in preparation for the next campaign. And, with Brandley Kuwas set to be out of contract during the summer months, perhaps the Whites will look to make yet another move for the attacking player.
Indeed, the winger could add a different dimension to Leeds United’s attack and has the ability to thrive under the guidance of Marcelo Bielsa.
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