Players Potentially on Leeds Radar for the 2021/22 Season?

It has been a good first season back in the top flight and one in which we have surprised a number of the top teams and in some cases embarrassed many of the more established top-flight clubs. We have the owners and our genius manager to thank for that. We can now start planning for next season with a decent transfer kitty reportedly being available.

With a bit of money to spend, the conversation naturally progresses to who we may sign. Apparently, we can expect up to five new arrivals in the summer. We have been linked to a number of players but there are a few that really could prove to be interesting signings.

Adama Traore (Wolves)

Heavily linked in recent days, Adama Traore is a player that the Leeds hierarchy has identified as a possible addition. Physical, pacey, and with insane dribbling ability, Traore really could help with the transition into attack. The Spanish international has not had the best of seasons at Wolves, but it is clear from his previous season that he has what it takes to go to the very top in this division. Working under Beisla could really take his career to the next level.

Leeds United Odds for Next Season

For our first season back in the Premier League, there can be few complaints. A solid season of consolidation will probably end in a mid-table position which most would have accepted at the start of the campaign. This means we can now build and push on next time around. As for our odds next season, a lot will depend on whether Beisla extends his contract.

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Andre Silva (Frankfurt)

In terms of converting chances, Leeds should be looking to sign Andre Silva. The Portugal international has racked up 31 goals in 46 games across the past two seasons at Eintracht Frankfurt. The striker bags close to 1 in 2 for his country too. The only issue would be the fee, as he has just signed a three-year deal to stay at the club. However, having featured in the German, Italian, and Spanish top leagues so far in his career, he may want to test himself against the best in the English Premier League.

Tyler Adams (RB Leipzig)

Just 22, Tyler Adams is a promising wide player that can play either side of the pitch as a fullback or winger. An American international, the player is already valued at around €20 million after forcing himself further into the first-team plans at RB Leipzig across the past three seasons. However, he is still not a guaranteed starter and could do with a fresh start somewhere else. This is the type of player that could flourish under Beisla and his style of play would suit him in the Premier League.

Lets Get Excited for Next Season

The one fear we had with going up was that as fans, we might not be able to actually witness ourselves in the top flight. Thankfully, it is incredibly unlikely we will go down which means we should be allowed back int he stadiums for next season. That alongside the potential signings we could make means that we have plenty to get excited about.