Forget Limbombe, if Leeds sign Bradley Dack they could have the most exciting attack in the Championship

Gillingham's Bradley Dack in action with Notts County's Liam Noble

Should Leeds concentrate their efforts towards signing Bradley Dack?

Swansea manager Garry MonkLeeds manager Garry Monk

Leeds United remain linked to winger Anthony Limbombe, despite suddenly possessing a number of wingers at the club.

A lack of width was seen as a weak point in the team, but with the additions of Hadi Sacko and Kemar Roofe - who can also play up front - they have further options to complement Stuart Dallas and Jordan Botaka.

This is why the Whites should concentrate their spending on addressing the central attacking midfield position, and not simply gamble that 2014/15 player of the year Alex Mowatt will come good again after a disappointing campaign last season.

There are few better options available at the right price than Gillingham midfielder Bradley Dack, who scored 10 goals and provided 13 assists last season.

Gillingham's Bradley Dack in action with Doncaster Rovers' James CoppingerGillingham's Bradley Dack in action with Doncaster Rovers' James Coppinger

His form fired the Gills into play-off contention, and saw him voted into the League One Team of the Year.

At 22 he is an outstanding prospect, and a move for him would echo the deal made for Kemar Roofe, of signing the best young players from lower divisions.

Dack is a player Gillingham fear they will not be able to hold onto, with The Mail reporting they would be prepared to sell at £2 million.

Bradley Dack (C) celebrates with team mates after scoring the first goal for GillinghamBradley Dack (C) celebrates with team mates after scoring the first goal for Gillingham

Celtic and Crystal Palace were both been linked to his signature by The Mail but neither have taken action to sign the midfielder, and Leeds would do well to steal a march and snap him up.

In recent seasons Leeds have struggled to score goals and unlock defences - last season they scored more than two goals in a game on just three separate occasions.

They have already moved to address this by signing Swedish striker Marcus Antonsson, and former Oxford United ace Kemar Roofe.

A move for Dack would take the pressure off Roofe, and provide Leeds with one of the most exciting attacks in the Championship. With Elland Road rocking once again, who knows, a shot a promotion may also beckon.

General view inside the stadium before the gameElland Road - Will the good times come back?

Register for HITC Sport - Daily Dispatch