Leeds United should consider making a move for the Birmingham City star.
New Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa will be determined to bolster his ranks at Elland Road this summer, in an attempt to build a group of players who are capable of making a sustained push for the promotion places this season.
The Argentine is renowned for his attacking philosophy, and with this in mind, the addition of a technically gifted, creative player will surely feature highly on his agenda.
An interesting option for them could be Birmingham City’s Jota, who moved to St Andrews from Brentford in the summer of 2017, for a fee believed to be worth in the region of £6 million, according to BBC Sport.
Blues could very well be reluctant to sell the Spaniard to the Whites, especially with Garry Monk’s history at Elland Road, but the west Yorkshire outfit surely have enough firepower to tempt the Midlands club into selling.
And what a signing Jota could be for Leeds.
The 27-year-old has chalked up an impressive 17 goals and 10 assists in his last 57 Championship outings for both Birmingham and Brentford, with the majority of those appearances coming from the wide right position.
Bielsa undoubtedly has to strengthen his wide attacking department at Elland Road, and Jota would be just the ticket.
The Spaniard is flexible, and can play anywhere along the front-line – something that would surely prove to be crucial to Leeds’ hopes of earning promotion, what with the long and arduous Championship campaign that awaits them.
Leeds fans are expecting their side to make a strong push for promotion this season, with Bielsa now at the helm, and there would be no better way for the Argentine to begin his revolution at Elland Road than by bringing Jota into the club this summer.