Dan James is not the only Swansea player who should be on Leeds United's radar this summer.
Centre-back is a position where the Whites lack depth and a free swoop for Mike Van Der Hoorn would make a lot of sense.
Club captain Van Der Hoorn is out of contract in the summer and is in the dark over his future.
The Sun reported that Aston Villa enquired after Van Der Hoorn in January only to be quoted £10 million, and shelved their interest.
Van Der Hoorn, 26, began his career at Ajax and is a former Dutch under-21 international.
The 6ft 3" centre-back played two seasons in the Premier League for the Swans and Wales Online report he is keen to play at a higher level.
Leeds, pushing for promotion, could make a case to sign the Dutchman whether they win promotion or not.
Even if they miss out, Leeds could pitch that they stand a better chance of going up next season than Swansea, or Aston Villa.
Leeds lack a solid third option in central defence after Pontus Jansson and Liam Cooper.
This has seen them often waste star midfielder Kalvin Phillips at centre-back to fill in when needed.
Van Der Hoorn on a free would be a no brainer for the Whites.