Three wingers for Leeds United to sign ahead of 2016/17, including Euro 2016 hero

Northern Ireland's Niall McGinn celebrates after scoring their second goal

Three wingers Leeds United could look revisit plans to sign this summer.

General view outside the stadium before the game - Leeds UnitedGeneral view outside the stadium before the game - Leeds United

Leeds United have already signed Marcus Antonsson this summer, but attention should quickly be turning to who should be supplying him.

Leeds have Stuart Dallas and Jordan Botaka on the wing, but beyond that they are pretty bare, and need reinforcements.

Here are three players they should look at signing, who they have been linked with over the past 12 months...

Anthony Limbombe

Leeds pushed to sign Anthony Limbombe last summer from Dutch side NEC, and the club may struggle to hang onto him 12 months on.

The Belgian is just 21-years-old, and scored seven times in the Eredivisie last season.

The Express report Limbombe is still on Leeds radar although they are yet to bid this summer, and he is now attracting interest from Hamburg.

Marcus Maddison

Peterborough's Marcus Maddison in action with Coventry's Jim O'BrienPeterborough's Marcus Maddison in action with Coventry's Jim O'Brien

Marcus Maddison was reported as a target for Leeds by Peterborough Today back in January, and going off his form last season it is easy to see why.

Maddison scored 11 goals and provided 13 assists for Peterborough United, who are likely to want at least £2 million for his signature.

Unlike Limbombe he would not need to adjust to the pace of English football, while at 22 his best years are also still ahead of him.

Niall McGinn

Northern Ireland's Niall McGinn celebrates after scoring their second goalNorthern Ireland's Niall McGinn celebrates after scoring their second goal

Niall McGinn is coming off a memorable Euro 2016 campaign for Northern Ireland, where he scored a vital goal in their win over Ukraine.

An international teammate of Stuart Dallas, he currently plays his club football for Aberdeen, where he scored 10 goals and provided 12 assists last season.

The Aberdeen Press and Journal reported last summer that Leeds were interested in his signature, and at 28 he could make an immediate impact.

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