Leeds are closing in on a triple swoop.
Samu Saiz's transfer is agreed subject to a medical, and Caleb Ekuban and Ezgjan Alioski are tipped to follow.
The trio would help transform a side which managed fewer shots on target than any team in the Championship last season.
It would be a show of attacking intent, but Leeds cannot leave their spending there.
There is still a major hole to be plugged at centre-back, with only Pontus Jansson and Liam Cooper serious options at the position next season.
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Giuseppe Bellusci may be with the squad for now, but don't bet on this remaining the case by time the season kicks off.
Luke Ayling can play at centre-back too, and this could become more regular if new signing Vurnon Anita plays at right-back, but already the Whites look stretched defensively not taking into account suspensions and injuries.
Leeds have scant quality in the under-23s ready to step up, and new signings are a must.
It has been a hectic month at Elland Road
A replacement for Charlie Taylor is also necessary, even though Gaetano Berardi can play at left-back, Leeds need an alternate option.
The Whites' spending shows ambition given the European sides who were after Saiz and Alioski. Ekuban is more of a gamble, but one they can afford to take considering they already have the league's top scorer at their disposal.
But until they can add defensive reinforcements, this squad will have a lop sided and unfinished feel to it, and leaving it too close to the season's kick-off to address would not be a smart move.