Blackburn Rovers have overtaken Shrewsbury Town in the second automatic promotion spot in League One, and much of that is down to the excellent recent form of Bradley Dack.
The 24-year-old attacking midfielder has scored 11 goals in 21 league starts for Tony Mowbray’s Rovers since signing from Gillingham in the summer. But it appears Blackburn may have a challenge on their hands ensuring Dack is still plying his trade at Ewood Park next month.
Leeds appear to be on the lookout for more depth in attack with star man Samu Saiz set to miss the next few games through suspension, leaving Thomas Christiansen’s side a little light on creativity and goal threat in the final third.
Dack would likely compete for a place behind the striker in Thomas Christiansen’s system, taking the pressure off a lone centre-forward.
Greenwich-born Dack may also be a welcome addition at Villa, with Steve Bruce’s side seemingly in the market for another goal-scorer despite netting nine times in their last three Championship outings.
The Sun add that Middlesbrough are also keen on Dack while Norwich City seemingly see him as a potential relacement for Alex Pritchard, who moved to Huddersfield Town for £14 million this month.