Date:Sunday June 30 2013
Leeds United boss Brian McDermott says he will be adding to his squad next week.
McDermott was being interviewed on Talksport on Saturday and talking about the financial situation at Elland Road, he admitted that he needed to move players on to bring players in.
Striker Steve Morison joined Millwall on a season long loan on Friday, freeing up some wages and McDermott says a new signing will be coming into Elland Road in the next week.
Speaking on Talksport, McDermott said, "We had a conversation a week ago and it was decided that I needed to lose one or two players to bring one or two in.
"I have got one coming in next week, so that is the situation."
McDermott was also asked if that player would be his former Reading striker Noel Hunt, who has been strongly linked with a move to Elland Road this summer.
The Leeds boss said would not give anything away but with Hunt becoming a free agent on Monday and due to return from his honeymoon this week it is highly likely that the Republic of Ireland international will be the second signing of the summer for Leeds.
So far, Leeds have brought in striker Matt Smith from Oldham Athletic on a free transfer.
The summer transfer window officially opens on Monday.
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