Marcelo Bielsa’s Whites are looking to bounce back from a defeat to David Moyes’ West Ham United last time.
Indeed, Angus Kinnear says Leeds United will do 'whatever it takes' to see fans return for the final day of the season.
The Whites are playing out their first Premier League campaign in 16 years behind closed doors amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Leeds supporters have been locked out of grounds since March 2020 but were handed hope last month as Prime Minister Boris Johnson outlined a 'road map' out of the current national lockdown across England.
Financially it's not worth doing it. Logistically it's not worth doing it. But emotionally it is worth doing it," Kinnear told BBC Radio Leeds over fans possibly returning for the final day.
Even if it is just one game we know the excitement that is there amongst the fanbase to make it happen. We're very keen to get people back. From our perspective, we'll do logistically whatever it takes to get people back in the stadium.
"Whether that is 10,000 or 9,000 - whatever we're allowed, we're supportive of that.
"The challenge which is being debated at Premier League level is of sporting integrity, which we do have some level of sympathy for."
But, as always, there is still plenty of transfer talk swirling around the internet this morning...
Here, we take a look at the rest of the transfer talk from Leeds and their Premier League rivals: