Leeds manager watched Luton Town in action at the weekend.
Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa was spotted in the stands at a Football League game this weekend.
Bielsa was at Oakwell to see Barnsley take on Luton Town, Leeds Live reported.
What is not clear is who he was there to watch, but one name which ticks all the boxes is 20-year-old Luton Town ace James Justin.
Justin, 20, is a promising right-back who has already been linked with a move to Leeds.
Luton Today reported in the summer how Luton had to insist Justin was staying put, with interest from both Leeds and Nottingham Forest cited.
Justin played all 90 minutes of Luton's 3-2 defeat at the weekend.
Just a week earlier Justin had scored his first goal of the season in a win over Scunthorpe.
If Leeds did move for Justin, the youngster would face a fight to make the starting XI, with Luke Ayling first choice right-back.
It would also ask questions over the future of Lewie Coyle, out on loan at Fleetwood Town.
Yet Justin is a promising talent, and if Bielsa considers him to be an upgrade, Leeds fans would have to trust the Argentine's conviction.
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