The Nacional attacker has impressed this season.
The Championship season has come to an end and now teams will be looking to bring in new players for next season.
Leeds United may not know who their manager is going to be next season, but still players are being linked with a move to the club.
One such player is Portuguese winger Salvador Agra.
A Bola reported yesterday that the Nacional attacker was on the radar of Leeds and that the Yorkshire club were working on a deal to bring him to Elland Road.
Agra stands at just 5ft 5ins but is an absolute speed machine and would add much needed options to the wide positions, considering he can play from both the left and right of the main striker.
He joined Nacional last summer and is contracted at the club until 2019 – so he would cost Leeds a rather significant fee.
Previously he spent time on loan from Betis at the likes of Italian club Siena and Portuguese sides Braga and Academica. He also has eight caps for Portugal under-21s and has two goals at that level.
The diminutive forward is certainly an exciting potential option and Leeds fans will be waiting to see if anything comes of this rumour.