Players from Swansea, Sunderland, Southampton and Watford feature.
Recently Leeds United boss Uwe Rosler confirmed that the club were not yet done in the transfer market, and could still make moves for players in the loan market.
One area they could still do with improving is on the right-hand side of midfield.
So here are five potential loan signings from the Premier League Leeds should consider this month.
Modou Barrow – Swansea City
The Gambian international spent time on loan at Nottingham Forest last term, but struggled at the City Ground.
He is back in South Wales now where first-team football will again be hard to come by.
Leeds could do with a player like him to add cover out wide and he is clearly open to Championship loan moves.
Duncan Watmore – Sunderland
The speedster at Sunderland was one of the under-21 league’s best talents last season but is not set for regular football at the Stadium of Light.
He could be set for a move away this summer and Leeds would do well to snap him up.
Will Buckley - Sunderland
Leeds’ interest in the winger is already well known. Sunderland are keen on a sale for the player, but should they not manage to move him on, perhaps a loan spell will be the best they can hope for.
Connor Smith - Watford
The Watford player is not likely to get any first-team football this term. Pacy, strong and versatile – Leeds could do a lot worse.
Lloyd Isgrove - Southampton
Spent time on loan at Sheffield Wednesday last term and is full of potential.
Capable of playing left or right, the Saints youngster would be a great addition if Leeds coaxed him back to Yorkshire.