Leeds United have been tipped to conclude two loan deals when the loan window opens this Monday.
Leeds United are expected to be busy as the transfer window for the loan market opens this Monday.
Leeds have been tipped to do two pieces of business at the start of next week with a player potentially coming in and one looking likely to leave.
The player who could reportedly arrive is Lewis Baker of Chelsea, who was watched by Leeds scouts before the start of the season during Chelsea’s game against AFC Wimbledon.
Baker is rated as one of the best products of the Chelsea youth system and the fact he appears to have chosen Leeds to help develop his career, shows the pulling power the club has despite not being in English football’s top flight.
The player tipped to leave Leeds United by online reports is striker Noel Hunt, who is set to take a step down into League One to play for local rivals Sheffield United.
The 31-year-old doesn’t look likely to feature in Leeds’ immediate plans despite the fact no concrete blueprint for the side can be drawn up until a new permanent manager has been appointed.
Hunt is an incredibly experienced forward who has already played at a variety of different levels and he should thrive as the Blades look to engineer promotion back up to the Championship.
Would you be happy if Leeds signed Baker on loan?