Leeds should move for Leicester's Polish international Bartosz Kapustka.
Leicester City are keen to loan out summer signing Bartosz Kapustka, report the Star, to give the promising talent a chance to acclimatise to English football.
Kapustka starred at Euro 2016 for Poland, winning praise from pundits Gary Lineker and Rio Ferdinand for his performances.
Poland's Bartosz Kapustka shoots at goal
His switch to the Premier League has been less successful, and Claudio Ranieri is reportedly keen to send him out on loan, rather than have him spend the season with the under-23s.
Several sides are likely to be interested, but Garry Monk's Leeds United could provide the perfect fit.
Pablo Hernandez and Stuart Dallas' injuries have left Leeds short creatively, with Alex Mowatt out of favour at present.
Leeds United's Pablo Hernandez
Kaputska can play on the wing or centrally, and could give Leeds an important option in the second half of the season.
Leeds' current lack of options led to them playing Kalvin Phillips out of position in an attacking role against Newcastle and it did not pay off.
Kapustka is a clear talent - with Leicester paying £7.5 million for him in the summer, and could flourish under Monk's positive playing style, as opposed to more direct previous Leeds coaches, and other managers in the division.
The option to loan the 19-year-old is ideal in case Hernandez's fitness does not hold up, while Kaputska could be eased in, rather than expected to make an immediate impact and buckling under pressure.
Signing Kaputska on loan could allow Leeds to strengthen while using their transfer budget to consolidate, and make Hernandez, Jansson, Bartley and potentially Sacko all permanent additions.
Northern Ireland's Craig Cathcart in action with Poland's Bartosz Kapustka