Leeds could sign another player this summer, after the deal for Stuart Dallas.
Dallas is set to cost roughly £1.3 million, and along with the likes of Chris Wood and Lee Erwin, represents another step in the right direction for the Whites. Their work in the transfer market has been impressive this summer, and it appears as if Cellino is not ready to put the chequebook away in the search for promotion.
Many expected Dallas to be the last signing of the summer transfer window, seeing as he fixes the final weak point in the Leeds squad - that of a natural winger - but Uwe Rosler can now stay in the market to further strengthen his side.
There are no indications as to what position Rosler will be looking to strengthen if he does wish to complete another transfer, but there were reports in the YEP claiming that Sunderland’s Will Buckley was a target prior to the Dallas transfer.
Although interest was ended due to the deal for the Brentford man, if Cellino is willing to sanction another signing, interest in Buckley could be revived to ensure that Rosler has two top class wingers to choose from in his 4-3-3 formation.