Leeds only narrowly missed out on a play off spot last term, when Garry Monk was in charge.
And the Whites are desperate to go one better this time around, with nine new faces already arriving at Elland.
Christiansen has been busy making changes to his Leeds squad, yet his new additions almost all have question marks over them.
The bulk of Leeds’ new signings have come from abroad and have no experience of playing in the Championship.
And while Leeds have brought many very exciting new players to Elland Road, they still have points to prove.
Snodgrass, however, is an established Championship star - and would immediately become one of the biggest threats in the second tier.
The Scotland international has shown his quality in the Championship time and time again, and he would add a real threat to Leeds’ attack.
Snodgrass’ quality also does not need to be described to Leeds fans, as he is still a very popular figure at Elland Road.
Snodgrass represented Leeds for four years, between 2008 and 2012, and scored 41 goals in 193 appearances for the Yorkshire club.
His return would add to the buzz already around Elland Road, and that feel-good factor could carry Leeds a long way.
And if Leeds do have a chance to sign Snodgrass this summer, they should do everything in their power to get a deal over the line.