Leeds United have offered trials to two Singapore based players.
Leeds United's bid to expand globally is reaching as far as Singapore, with two promising players invited for trials.
The players are Irfan Fandi, 20, a defender who has 11 caps for Singapore, and his brother, midfielder Ikshan Fandi, 18.
The trials can only be undertaken upon the completion of their national service early next year.
Both players would struggle to qualify for work permits, and if they signed for Leeds would need to be loaned out.
The boys' father Fandi Ahmad, a former professional footballer, said: "It will be tough because of the rulings, but we could still let the boys go for trials at Leeds."
Leeds have already signed one player from Asia this transfer window, swooping for Japan international Yosuke Ideguchi.
Signing the Fandi brothers would not be a deal which would provide Leeds an immediate return, but it would be an investment, and a further demonstration of owner Radrizzani's plans to expand the reach of the club overseas.