Leeds United head into the January transfer window with Japanese attacker Yosuke Ideguchi in their sights.
The transfer window is fast approaching, and Ideguchi's potential arrival at Elland Road is nearing.
A move for Ideguchi in January could be a masterstroke for Leeds, considering his recent form for Japan.
Ideguchi has been outshining his more established compatriots, and is in line for a starring role at the World Cup next summer.
And that's exactly why Leeds would be pulling off a major coup by getting Ideguchi signed in January.
If the 21-year-old can star at the World Cup next summer then the number of clubs chasing him will multiply dramatically.
Leeds won't be in a rush to sell him on but his market value will hugely increase, demonstrating Leeds' bargain buy.
Taking a punt in January will be a masterstroke, and if Leeds leave it any later they may miss out altogether.