Date:Saturday January 30 2010
The transfer window closes at 5pm on Monday night, can we expect more activity before it closes?
Leeds have so far brought in Max Gradel on a full time contract after a successful loan spell.
Simon Grayson also brought in two players on loan from the Premiership before the weekend clash with Colchester, Shane Lowry until March 13th and Gary McSheffrey for the rest of the season both had very accomplished debuts in the game.
Going out have been youngsters Ollie Hotchkiss, Jonathan Webb and Josh Falkingham who were all released from their contracts.
First team player Enoch Showunmi, was also released and signed for Scottish Premier League side Falkirk.
Defender Alan Sheehan extended his stay at Swindon Town for the rest of the season and David Prutton has joined Colchester United on an initial one-month loan deal with a view to a permanent move.
So will any more players come in and will we see anymore leaving before the window closes?
Who would you like to see join, that final piece of the jigsaw that will see Leeds promoted at the end of the season.
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Date:Saturday January 30 2010
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