Leeds should reinvest the Sam Byram money in an attacking player.
Leeds United are on the verge of selling Sam Byram, with the 22-year-old close to completing a move to Everton.
The Star claim this deal will net the club in the region of £4 million, a sizeable fee which it is essential is reinvested in the playing squad.
What has been clear from watching the team this season, is their lack of flair in attack, scoring just 27 goals in 27 games.
Sitting at present in 17th place in the Championship table, Leeds need a player for now and for the future, rather than a short term fix, somebody to build their team around.
With that in mind, the club should strongly consider making a move for Oxford United sensation Kemar Roofe, who has lit up the club's attack this season.
Roofe was part of West Brom's squad until the summer before dropping down the divisions to play regularly.
The 23-year=old can play on the right wing, a position Byram regularly played in for Leeds, also drifting inside centrally to make an impact.
That is what he did against Premier League side Swansea City in the FA Cup earlier this month, when his goals helped Michael Appleton's side pull off an upset.
This season already the attacker has a staggering 23 goals in 30 games in all competitions, and Oxford are going to struggle to hold onto him if he carries it on.
For Leeds he is a player who could potentially transform the side, and certainly pose a lot more questions for opposition defences, making the team a lot more unpredictable.