Leeds United fans are reacting to reports linking their side with the Bournemouth goalkeeper, Mark Travers.
Leeds, along with Norwich City, are said to have registered their interest in Travers (The Sun).
The 20-year-old ended the Premier League season in goal for Bournemouth, where he has two years left on his contract.
But the Cherries have yet to finalise an improved deal for Travers, who the newspaper claims is eager to learn Eddie Howe's plans for him this coming campaign and whether a loan move is possible.
And that is said to have alerted both Leeds and Norwich.
But what do those of a Whites persuasion make of Travers?
This is what they're saying on Twitter...
Cracking keeper this kid— andy burnett (@pontyandy) June 15, 2019
Mark Travers could be a very good signing..— Jay (@JLP0302) June 15, 2019
Was shit hot against spurs to be fair— Style (@StyleLufc) June 15, 2019
I think this would be a smart move by Leeds. I saw Travers play against Tottenham when Bournemouth won 1-0 and his shot stopping was superb. His distribution was brilliant too which Bielsa will like, no doubt. https://t.co/IqmZ4ySXEC— _ALAW1919 (@ALAW19191) June 15, 2019
If #lufc looking at Mark Travers on loan could we borrow Cook as well and help him get fit like Brown last season would add a lot to midfield— Craig Hewitt (@cjlufc) June 14, 2019
I like your thinking— London.Leeds (@london_leeds) June 14, 2019
Younger than BPF isnt he? So why?— david_cusworth (@MrDavidCusworth) June 15, 2019
Why?— Jonathon Sloan (@JSloan1995) June 14, 2019
Hope not, looks like another inexperienced kid. We’ve already got BPF for that. Either give kiko a chance or sign an experienced championship keeper. Just remember - Liam cooper tackled kiko on the edge of the box.— Silky (@silkyjohn30) June 14, 2019
Travers' position is one in which Leeds encountered difficulties last season as both Bailey Peacock-Farrell and Kiko Casilla struggled to convince on a consistent basis and Jamal Blackman suffered a season-ending injury without having played a minute of league football.
There are reports Casilla could return to his native Spain this summer, just six months after he arrived from Real Madrid.
Would the Bournemouth 'keeper be a good addition for Leeds?
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