West Brom are said to be keen on the Leeds United left-back this summer.
Burnley's David Jones (R) in action with West Brom's Callum McManaman
Leeds United face a fight this summer to keep hold of talented left-back Charlie Taylor.
The defender is out of contract next summer and has recently been linked with a £5 million move to West Bromwich Albion.
Charlie Taylor celebrates after scoring the first goal for Leeds
If Leeds do end up negotiating with West Brom over the potential sale of Taylor, they must consider asking for a player in exchange – with Callum McManaman the perfect option.
Leicester City's Jeffrey Schlupp in action with Swansea's Wayne Routledge
The winger has failed to cement a place in the Baggies first-team and with Matty Phillips arriving from QPR this summer he has fallen even further down the pecking order.
Leeds are in need of another wide option, with McManaman a potentially perfect addition to their attacking options.
Charlie Taylor of Leeds United reacts after missing a chance to score
If Taylor is to go, then Leeds must use the opportunity to bring in a player that is needed elsewhere on the pitch. McManaman’s arrival would certainly take the sting off of any exit from Leeds’ talented left-back.