Players from Hull City, Leicester City and Newcastle United all feature.
Leeds United look set for an assault on the promotion places next season. They have been in great form in 2015 and must now start planning for next term.
But with money always tight, free transfers would be welcome.
So here are five Premier League players, whose contracts expire in the summer that Leeds United might consider...
Maynor Figueroa - Hull City
The Honduran is a proven commodity and can play at both left and central defence. His best years are behind him but to add depth to this Leeds team, he would be a good, local, signature.
Yannick Sagbo - Hull City
Another Hull City player. The Ivorian international has struggled since moving to England from Evian. But he has pedigree from French football.
Give him a years contract and see what happens?
Sammy Ameobi - Newcastle United
Would be an ambitious swoop buy why not. Leeds are desperate for wide options and the Newcastle United youngster is out of contract in the summer.
Worth a swoop, however, a compensation fee might scupper any interest.
Anthony Knockaert - Leicester City
Perhaps a more likely wide option.
A free from the Foxes in the summer, he was excellent in the Championship. Has struggled to make it in the Premier League and perhaps Elland Road would appeal.
Liam Rosenior - Hull City
He can play left-back, right-back, left-wing, right-wing. Great utility men are always welcome in the Championship.