How could Leeds line up under Garry Monk in pre-season?
Leeds manager Garry Monk
Leeds United are currently in Ireland ahead of their first pre-season games, with the first taking place next Wednesday.
The Whites face Shelbourne before a match against Shamrock Rovers is held on the Saturday.
New boss Garry Monk has several options at his disposal, having named a 24 man squad, before Hadi Sacko clinched his loan move to make it 25.
Here is one way he could line the side up, with a mixture of youth and experience...
This would be a line up with a mixture of youth and experience, allowing Monk to learn about the many prospects at the club.
One of which is goalkeeper Bailey Peacock-Farrell, who started a first team game at the end of last season and recently extended his contract.
An experienced back four should help him out, with a first look at new signing Kyle Bartley.
Swansea's Kyle Bartley is now on loan at Leeds
In central midfield the game would allow teenage talent Ronaldo Vieira an opportunity to show what he can do in his preferred position, alongside the experience of Toumani Diagouraga, who would ensure the Whites are not over run.
On the wings, new loanee Hadi Sacko would along with Jordan Botaka provide a lively, if raw, duo who are both in dire need of regular football.
Hadi Sacko at Bordeaux
New boy Marcus Antonsson is already in good condition having signed mid-season from the Swedish league, and will want to continue his strong form there by making an early impression up front.
How would you line Leeds up in pre-season?