Leeds need to make a move for a winger in the transfer market, on top of Stuart Dallas' impending arrival.
Leeds United have had a good summer in the transfer market. They have snapped up some excellent buys and strengthened the squad immensely.
They are also seemingly set to bring in Stuart Dallas from Brentford in the coming days, after reportedly agreeing a fee for the Northern Irishman.
That would seemingly cover all the club’s bases, as left-wing was a problem position for Uwe Rosler.
With a month left of the Transfer Window, where do Leeds need to strengthen most of all?
Regardless of signing Dallas the club still need to sign another winger for the upcoming season.
Sam Byram looks set to play out wide this term, with Dallas’s arrival seemingly completing wide options.
But that is it.
Charlie Taylor can play wide midfield but Leeds need to bring in another genuine wide option, preferably for the right-hand side, if they are going to have the strength in depth necessary to mount a serious promotion tilt this campaign.
Perhaps Rosler has his eyes on someone in the youth-team, or indeed as using Souleymane Doukara out wide.
But a genuine wide-man like Dallas is a good signing, two of them would make Leeds real contenders this season.