As Leeds United push for late transfer window additions, a new name may yet come across their radar.
Albert Adomah is seeking an exit from Middlesbrough, HITC Sport understands, after a row with manager Aitor Karanka. The developments were also reported by The Sun, who suggested a potential return to Bristol City is a possibility.
Leeds have been pushing to sign attackers Fernando Forestieri from Watford and Anthony Limbombe from NEC Nijmegen, report the Yorkshire Evening Post, but they are so far falling short on pulling off either deal.
Adomah is the type of winger Leeds are looking for, and would provide competition for Sam Byram on the right, or allow the youngster to revert to right-back.
He scored six goals for Middlesbrough last season and provided four assists.
At 27, Leeds would be buying a proven commodity in the Championship as opposed to a raw yet talented player in Anthony Limbombe.
Their chances of signing him would depend not only on Middlesbrough's intentions, but also how hard former club Bristol City push. Given the fact they have money available and are so far unsuccessful in their current pursuits, Leeds would be wise to at least consider the possibility.