The England under-20 and Newcastle United goalkeeper is looking like a future star.
England's goalkeeper Freddie Woodman reacts
The game, which saw Newcastle come away with a 4-1 win, saw plenty of eye-catching potential targets feature - including Jack Colback, Henri Saivet and Massadio Haidara. All of those players would be welcomed at Elland Road, but it could be neither of these players is the man from the Newcastle United side Leeds should be going after.
England's goalkeeper Freddie Woodman (L) receives Golden Glove trophy
In between the sticks for Newcastle on the day was talented young stopper Freddie Woodman. The Newcastle talent may only be 20 but he is showing huge signs of potential. In the summer he was crowned the best goalkeeper at the FIFA under-20 World Cup which England won. He even saved a penalty against Venezuela in the final.
Leeds have struggled in the goalkeeping department this season. New arrival Felix Wiedwald struggled to come to terms with English football and experienced back-up Andy Lonergan has hardly done any better. Whilst they do have Bailey Peacock-Farrell as their own young goalie talent, Woodman is looking like a future England number one in the making.
Andy Lonergan of Leeds
Newcastle would surely like the 20-year-old talent to get some experience in the Championship and Leeds could really do with a fresh pair of hands in the New Year.
Perhaps it is the rookie who Leeds have their eyes on ahead of the transfer window opening in January.
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