Leeds United fans in the Transfer Tavern will be expecting the club to be busy this summer with the recruitment of players and will be also expecting a number to depart.
Paul Heckingbottom is facing his first transfer window as the Whites boss and will be looking to make his mark on the team he inherited from Thomas Christiansen in February.
The former Barnsley manager struggled to make a real impact with the players following his arrival and will be hoping he can make a difference in the transfer market. It is believed he will make a number of changes all across the side, with one position being looked at immediately.
The Elland Road outfit struggled to keep the goals out and it is believed Andy Lonergan and Felix Wiedwald could be on their way out, with the Yorkshire Evening Post claiming that David Stockdale is on their radar.
The 32-year-old has a huge amount of experience of the Championship, making over 230 appearances in the division and would have enough to help Leeds with their quest for top-flight football.
The locals in the bar would also feel Stockdale could also become a great mentor to Bailey Peacock-Farrell, as the youngster continues to impress following his promotion from the academy side.
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