Pierre has impressed since arriving at Adams Park from Brentford in 2014, and was the subject of a failed bid from an unnamed club on deadline day, with League One trio Swindon Town, Peterborough United and Coventry City all linked at the time.
But higher division clubs are now circling, according to the Sunday People, despite Wycombe's poor start to the League Two campaign.
Leeds are certainly in need of defensive reinforcements, having terminated Sol Bamba's contract a day after the transfer window closed.
The Ivorian's departure has left the Whites with three natural centre-halves, and a combination of Pierre's low price tag and profile - not to mention his potential at 23 years old - makes him arguably the ideal fourth-choice option.
Despite this, Pierre's best chance of regular football is likely to be at either Birmingham, who are also short of natural centre-halves, or Barnsley, who sold Alfie Mawson to Swansea City last month.