Leeds United are reportedly interested in signing left-footed playmaker Luke Freeman from Championship club QPR.
According to talkSPORT, the Whites are keen on the 26-year-old and are keeping close tabs on him.
It is understood that a potential move will depend on if the Yorkshire giants secure promotion to the Premier League.
The report further details that QPR will sell the Englishman at the right price, as they will need to trim their wage bill in the summer.
Freeman has been a consistent performer for a number of years at Championship level and he would be a top signing for Marcelo Bielsa’s side if they can land him.
He is a versatile ace that can play as a left-winger or in a more central role behind the striker.
QPR’s talisman has nine goals and six assists in 39 games across all competitions this season, which highlights his clinical nature in front of goal and he also scored against Leeds in February.
Freeman is a technically gifted player that is a great dribbler and would an extra dynamism in the final third for the Whites.
He’s certainly not afraid to shoot from range and one potential weakness within the Leeds squad is goals from all over the park.
Freeman would certainly be a great match for Bielsa’s high intensity attacking football and be another useful weapon next season if they step up interest in him.