Leeds United are reportedly keeping tabs on Lewis Macleod. The Scottish Sun is suggesting Leeds are keeping tabs on the former Rangers star, who has rejected a new deal at Brentford. The 24-year-old is out of contract in the summer.
The injury-prone Scotland midfielder has finally found some form and fitness at Griffin Park and is now ready to consider his options.
Macleod is also wanted by former club Rangers, according to the report.
Leeds United will have scouts in attendance for an upcoming match between Kenyan side Gor Mahia and Everton.
Speaking to Goal, the Kenyan side’s manager Dylan Kerr, a former Leeds player, confirmed that Leeds will be attending to see if any of the Gor Mahia players have what it takes to make it in the English game.
He called it a chance for the players to ‘change their lives’.
Peterborough United chairman Darragh MacAnthony has been discussing Leeds United’s summer interest in Jack Marriott.
He confirmed on Twitter that Leeds had made a verbal bid for the striker in January and despite a casual call in the summer, there was no follow up.
Marriott went on to join Derby County in a deal reported to be worth up to £5 million by the Daily Mail.