Date:Tuesday January 22 2013
The Yorkshire Evening Post say Leeds are closing in on the signing of striker Aruna Dindane whilst it has been confirmed that they are watching Bradford City striker Nahki Wells.
The 32-year-old striker, who has spent time in England before with Portsmouth, is a free agent after coming to the end of his short-term contract with Qatar based side Al-Sailiya Sport Club
The experienced Ivory Coast international has made 67 appearances for his country.
He has played at the highest level in both Belgium and France during his career.
He won the Belgium championship on two occasions with Anderlecht and he was part of the squad that competed in the champions League and he played for Anderlecht in their 4-1 defeat to Leeds in second group stage.
He arrived in England in 2009, when he joined Premier League side Portsmouth. He scored ten times in twenty-four appearances for the South Coast club during his one season with the club including a hat trick against Wigan Athletic.
The Yorkshire Evening Post have also confirmed that the club are watching Bradford City striker Nahki Wells after speaking with the players agent David Threlfall.
Wells has sprung to prominence this season, helping Bradford to the semi-final of the Capital One League Cup.
The 22-year-old Bermudan international has netted 17 times this season including goals against Arsenal and Aston Villa in the cup.
Wells agent Threlfall, says that Leeds are one of a number of clubs watching the striker but as yet, no-one has made an approach.
Speaking in the Yorkshire Evening Post, Threlfall said: "I know Leeds are watching him, but everyone seems to be. Because Nahki is doing well, a lot of clubs are watching him in every game.
"But to my knowledge, the club have had no sniffs for him."
Much could depend on the result of Bradford`s second leg of their League Cup tie at Aston Villa this evening.
Bradford take a 3-1 lead to Villa Park with a place in the Wembley final at stake.
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Date:Tuesday January 22 2013
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