Leeds boss Uwe Rosler says he still needs 'two or three' new signings.
Leeds United manager Uwe Rosler has told BBC Radio West Yorkshire that he still wants 'two or three' new signings this summer.
The Whites boss snapped up Leicester City striker Chris Wood earlier today, adding the New Zealand international to fellow new arrivals Charlie Horton, Sol Bamba and Lee Erwin in a productive start to the transfer window for the new Leeds manager.
With the new season just over a month away, Leeds are making good progress this summer - but Rosler isn't finished just yet.
The German has told BBC Radio West Yorkshire that he is still looking for up to three new signings this summer in order to get his squad sorted.
Rosler also added that former Manchester City youngster Adam Drury is on trial at Elland Road, with the right back/right winger looking to earn a contract with the Whites this summer - but a decision could be some time off yet.
Rösler in very positive mood & says :"I feel we need 2 or 3 players more to be able to play the way I want to play." #lufc— Adam Pope (@APOPEY) July 1, 2015
Rösler know Adam Drury from his time at Manchester City & says he & the player will see how the trial period goes before a decision is made.— Adam Pope (@APOPEY) July 1, 2015
Where else do Leeds need signings?
Leeds may have snapped up four summer signings so far, but Rosler must now prioritise signing at least one winger, possibly two, given that the Whites have very few options in wide areas.
Another defender could be a target, with Charlie Taylor needing some competition at left back, whilst Sam Byram's future could also dictate whether Leeds target another right back.
The squad is now starting to take shape at Elland Road, but a few more additions could push Rosler's men closer to the top six next season.