LUFC The transfer window is almost closed
The transfer window closes today at 11pm and all Leeds fans wait anxiously to see if there is to be any last minute action in and out of Elland Road.
Leeds boss Simon Grayson as indicated recently that he is in negotiations with one or two players in a move to Elland Road.
Chairman Ken Bates says he is leaving it to the Leeds manager but they will only bring in players if it will really improve the squad.
He is also not too worried if no new faces arrive as the loan window reopens in a week`s time.
Leeds have already brought in Andy O`Brien in a two and a half year deal and extended the loan of George McCartney until the end of the season.
Going out of Elland Road, we have seen Lubomir Michalik and Liam Darville released.
Andy Hughes has signed for Scunthorpe United in a one and a half year deal and Aidy White is spending the rest of the season at Oldham Athletic on loan.
Will first team players Bradley Johnson who is on the transfer list still be in a Leeds shirt on Saturday and what about Neil Kilkenny who is also out of contract in the summer?
Will we see any more players going out on loan or leaving the club altogether?
Federico Bessone is rumoured to be on the verge of a loan move to Charlton Athletic and can anyone remember the last time they saw Jason Crowe?
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