Wood was the star for Leeds last season, as the New Zealand international scored as many as 27 goals in 44 Championship appearances for the West Yorkshire outfit.
The 25-year-old striker could repeat his heroics next season, but the Whites do need to have an able back-up in case he gets injured or has a dip in form.
Alvaro Negredo would be a stunning signing for Leeds. The 31-year-old is a very good striker, and not only would he be an able back-up to Wood, but he could actually also push the former West Bromwich Albion man for a place in the starting lineup.
Leeds have been linked with a move for Negredo in the summer transfer window. According to The Mirror, the Whites want to sign the striker from Valencia.
The striker was earning £100,000 per week as salary during his loan spell at Middlesbrough last season, according to The Times, and it would not be possible for Leeds to pay him that much.
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