With several areas of Garry Monk’s squad still ripe for new additions, we look at ten free agents that could spark the interest of Leeds United in the coming weeks.
The Irishman is an adaptable performer who has operated across defence and midfield for West Ham at the highest level in recent seasons.
Richardson didn’t exactly cover himself in glory in Aston Villa’s nightmare relegation season but still has one of the best left pegs on the circuit.
Sunderland are already reported to be sniffing around the striker, who would bring pace and power to any forward line
Burke was last seen in South Yorkshire at Rotherham United and at the age of 32 remains a proven campaigner in the second tier, as well as a superb crosser of the ball
The 21 year-old midfielder, jettisoned by West Ham on deadline day, was Charlton’s Player of the Year in his last season in the Championship and is an adept distributor keen for a new challenge.
Dead-ball specialist Taylor left Hull City in June and has played in friendlies since but is still available on a permanent basis.
The midfielder took the plunge and moved to the MLS last year; his move to Montreal Impact didn’t work out which paves the way for a return to English football.
The mercurial attacking midfielder was released from West Brom alongside Anichebe but would represent a riskier option.
The Dutch-Suriname defender had a trial with Championship side Birmingham City this summer and remains unattached
Hoilett turned down a new contract from QPR over the summer and has attracted interest from Swansea of late; at 26, his best football could still be ahead of him.
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