Leeds United manager Brian McDermott has revealed that the club have submitted bids for four players so far.
McDermott said that these four bids won't be the end of the transfer activity at Elland Road with the manager hoping to bring in others on top of that.
The 52-year old boss refused to mention any players he's interested in but hopes they will improve his team.
“We’ve made offers to players and we’ve gone for four so far," He told reporters. “We’re working on them at the moment and they’re players who would improve the squad. But there are others who I’m looking to speak to. I want to bring in others on top of that.
“I won’t talk names and I won’t talk timescales because it means nothing until you’ve got a player signed. But we are progressing,” he added.
The Whites have been linked with plenty of names as they hope to build a squad to challenge for promotion this year.
Noel Hunt has been rumoured to be wanting to reunite with former Reading boss Brian McDermott after his contract expires at the Madejski Stadium on June 30.
Former Reading captain Matt Mills, currently at Bolton Wanderers, has also been touted to join his former manager at Leeds. Manchester City reserve defender Reece Wabara is also reportedly on McDermott's shortlist.
But McDermott has ruled out an emotional return to Elland Road for Ian Harte who declared that the left-back was not on the radar.
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