Leeds United are reportedly interested in Wolverhampton Wanderers attacker Helder Costa.
According to the Yorkshire Evening Post, the Whites have identified the Premier League winger as a potential target for the summer transfer window.
The report details that it remains to be seen if Wolves will offload the 25-year-old on loan, but it’s expected that a permanent deal is unlikely.
Costa has just had a frustrating campaign in the top-flight, where he made just 30 games across all competitions and scored two goals.
But the Portuguese dazzler was important during Wolves’ promotion in the 2017/18 campaign and could be a strong addition at Elland Road.
Leeds may find real success if they pair target Costa with their current left-back Barry Douglas.
The duo both played together at Molineux, before Douglas made his £3million (Sky Sports) move to Leeds last summer.
Wolves regularly used a combination of Douglas and Costa on the left flank, which helped them earn promotion from the Championship in emphatic style.
Manager Marcelo Bielsa has a core group of players capable of competing for promotion next season, but a few fresh faces should help them get over the line.
A move for Costa would make sense given his know-how in the Championship and having a familiar face at Elland Road would help.