According to club scout Jakub Bokiej's Twitter account, Leeds have offered young goalkeeper Kamil Miazek a contract following a recent trial.
Though the goalkeeper situation in the Whites first-team is attracting plenty of attention currently, Leeds appear to have a particularly strong collection of stoppers coming through the ranks with Bailey Peacock-Farrell and Will Huffer both looking set for bright futures at Elland Road.
With Peacock-Farrell seemingly established as third choice for the first-team, it would appear that Huffer will be the goalkeeper that Miazek - if he does agree to the deal on the table - is mainly competing with.
But while some may worry about what the 21-year-old's arrival may mean for Huffer, the young goalkeeper should deem the additional competition as beneficial.
Maziak appears to have the potential to push at least some way up the pecking order, and Huffer's task has got to be to ensure that that does not happen unless he similarly moves himself up the order.
The 18-year-old will therefore, need to maintain the high standards he has set for the youth side this term to ensure that he is not displaced by his new, genuine rival. And that desire to hold onto the jersey may help Huffer realise his potential over the coming years, which could be an extremely exciting prospect for the Whites.