LUFC Busy day ahead at Elland Road
Leeds United boss Simon Grayson says to expect some activity at Elland Road on Tuesday but isn`t sure just how much yet.
Tuesday sees the first transfer window of the season close and after an already busy summer, Grayson is hoping to add at least one more player to his squad, speaking on the official website he said, "We`re always looking for players who can improve what we have and it may be that we add to the squad".
Grayson as already signed eight players on long-term contracts and he`s also brought in Sanchez Watt on a season long loan from Arsenal as the club look to keep up the momentum created after promotion from League One last season.
Leeds have been giving a trial to Honduras international midfielder Ramon Nunez but have yet to announce whether they intend to offer him a contract or not.
He will also be hoping to offload the three players that he has told have no future at Elland Road, Andy Robinson, Lubomir Michalik and Alan Sheehan were all told at the end of last season to actively look for new clubs but as yet, have not moved on.
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