A look at how Leeds and West Brom could negotiate over Sam Byram's future.
Byram, 22, is into the final six months of his contract, and is no closer to signing a new deal at the club.
The Baggies face competition for his signature, but could a potential swap deal give them the edge?
Here are three players they could use to negotiate with Leeds...
The Danish international goalkeeper was linked to The Whites late last year by The Express and Star. West Brom already have Ben Foster and Boaz Myhill and can afford to let the former Manchester United stopper leave. Leeds head coach Steve Evans was critical of number one Marco Silvestri after their defeat to Ipswich Town, and bringing in an alternative could work out well.
Nigerian international striker Victor Anichebe is a powerful presence who could thrive in Championship football. Truthfully he needs to step down a level in order to play regularly, having been granted just one start in the Premier League this season, and fitness issues have not helped. A fresh start is required for the 27-year-old former Everton ace.
Exciting winger Callum McManaman has not been a success at West Brom since signing in January, and only two of his 10 Premier League appearances this season being starts. The 24-year-old is best known for his FA Cup final man-of-the-match performance for Wigan, and if the Baggies are reluctant to sell then a loan move could work better until the end of the season.