Southampton left-back Sam McQueen could join Leeds United on loan, the Sun reports on page 60 of its printed edition on Friday.
McQueen, who can also play on the left of midfield, has appeared just five times for Southampton this season, but started last week's draw against Manchester United.
Leeds have spent much of the campaign with right-back Gaetano Berardi playing out of position, and the Swiss acknowledged recently that the Whites need a better player than him in that role.
Cameron Borthwick-Jackson has failed to provide Berardi with much competition since arriving on loan from Manchester United in the summer, and the Daily Mail reported on Thursday that Reading are interested in signing the 20-year-old this month.
Incidentally, Reading, along with Championship rivals Brentford, are also listed as a possible destination for McQueen, who has been capped by England at Under-21 level.
Leeds recently recalled left-back Tyler Denton from a loan spell at Port Vale for family reasons
Would Southampton's McQueen be a good signing for Leeds United?