With under three weeks of the transfer window remaining, Leeds and their Championship rivals continue to try and get deals done.
And reports today suggest that Marco Bielsa is set to seal the signing of a promising young goalkeeper.
Talksport are reporting that the Whites are set to confirm the signing of Bulgarian stopper Dimitar Sheytanov after he departed Levski Sofia.
The 19-year-old has been heavily linked with a move to Yorkshire over the summer months and reports from his homeland suggest that Elland Road is his likely destination.
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Meanwhile, Leeds are yet to launch a bid for £10m-rated defender Joe Bryan.
Bielsa's side - as well as league rivals Middlesbrough - are said to be keen on the Bristol City full-back after he impressed last season.
But despite the speculation, no firm bid has been launched for Bryan as of yet.
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Here's the rest of the rumours doing the rounds in the Championship today:
Middlesbrough remain keen on a deal for Aston Villa winger Albert Admoah - but will face competition from Championship rivals West Brom (Teamtalk)
Stoke City are interested in Huddersfield Town winger Tom Ince (Sky Sports)
The Potters are also interested in an £8m deal for Aston Villa centre back James Chester (Mail)
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Sheffield United have launched a £5m bid for Ipswich Town striker Martyn Waghorn (Daily Star)
Jack Grealish remains in talks over a move to Tottenham as Aston Villa look set to lose their prize asset (Sky Sports)
Swansea could lose Alfie Mawson and Sam Clucas, with Burnley keen on a £20m double deal (Mail)
Defender John Egan looks set to leave Brentford after the Bees accepted a bid from Sheffield Untied (West London Sport)