Leeds United could still be in the market for new transfers.
Uwe Rosler has admitted to a press conference that Leeds are always in the market for more signings, even if no one is being targeted right now.
Rosler on potential further additions: "We don't want to dive in, at the moment it's going fine but we're always looking to improve." #lufc— Leeds United FC (@LUFC) August 18, 2015
Leeds have been linked with only one player in recent weeks, with Fox News claiming that Anthony Limbombe has been the subject of a transfer offer by Rosler’s men.
However, the latest comments from the head coach suggest that he is not actively pushing for a deal for the NEC Nijmegen winger, and will only make a move should one become available.
The Yorkshire club have already completed some wide-ranging transfer business this summer, getting rid of 12 players and bringing in seven new stars - six permanent signings and one loan deal.
The first-team squad now looks well stocked in every position, and the only real weakness that existed - the attacking roles - have been fixed with the signings of Stuart Dallas, Lee Erwin and Chris Wood.
Limbombe, 21, would add depth, quality and potential to the Leeds side, but he is not a needed signing due to the current players in the squad.
Should he become available for transfer, it is likely that the Whites will pursue a deal with two weeks left of the transfer window, but as of now, they are not looking to sign players simply for the sake of it.