According to The Sun, Doncaster Rovers defender Niall Mason is said to be interesting Championship trio Sunderland, Birmingham City and Hull City - but surely he would be perfect for Leeds United?
The 21-year-old has starred at the Keepmoat this season, just a year after joining the Yorkshire-based side from Championship giants Aston Villa.
His form, but perhaps more notably his versatility has attracted the interest from a handful of Championship sides, with Mason showing quality across ever position in defence as well as central midfield and on the right flank.
Mason, who is predominantly a centre-back, would be the perfect replacement for Matthew Pennington who has hardly done anywhere near enough to earn a permanent deal from Everton.
Club captain Liam Cooper has also been below par at times, with his discipline a problem while Pontus Jansson has failed to recapture the kind of form that warmed fans' hearts last season.
Another option at centre-back is required, so former Real Madrid academy product Mason would surely be the perfect addition considering he also offers cover in a multitude of other positions.
With only a year left to run on his contract after this season, Mason would hardly cost the world and luring him to Elland Road would be a fantastic bit of business by Paul Heckingbottom.
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