Leeds United’s top transfer priority this summer is Manchester City goalkeeper Angus Gunn, according to the Yorkshire Evening Post.
The Elland Road outfit are expected to have significant changes in their playing squad this summer following the enterprising appointment of Marcelo Bielsa as the club’s new manager.
Leeds have a number of areas that they are surely set to strengthen, with goalkeeper a position that an extra body is seemingly needed.
Felix Wiedwald has returned to Germany after a solitary season at the Whites, with a replacement now a priority.
The latest report suggests Bailey Peacock-Farrell is the new number one at Leeds, with the rising Northern Irishman an exciting prospect.
However, the potential addition of Gunn would add another capable custodian to the Whites squad.
The City stopper spent last season out on loan at Norwich City, where he impressed and a similar deal at Leeds would offer him regular first-team football in the Championship.
Should Gunn be available, there will be no shortage of teams interested in securing a loan deal for him and as such the Yorkshiremen will need to move quickly to win the race.