Vital Leeds United is keeping fans up to date with all the latest transfer rumours over the summer with Neil Warnock looking to build a squad capable of mounting a promotion challenge next season.
It has certainly been a busy week at Elland Road with Neil Warnock signing five players.
Portsmouth duo Luke Varney and David Norris have been linked with a move to Elland Road since week one and they finally agreed terms to sign for the club.
Jamaican international Rodolph Austin also agreed to join having been linked since week 11.
Andy Gray also completed a move to Leeds after training with the club since the start of pre-season.
One that slipped under the radar was goalkeeper Jamie Ashdown who joined on Monday from Portsmouth and was never linked with a move to the club.
It now looks like Warnock is targeting a striker and he has admitted that his last few signings will be the big ones of the summer. Nicky Maynard (West Ham) and Jay Bothroyd (QPR) both are being linked with a move to Leeds this week.
Leeds are still being linked with Portsmouth players. Winger Liam Lawrence the latest.
Nottingham Forest midfielder Lewis McGugan is also being tipped for a move to Elland Road but after the signings of Green, Norris and Austin, will Warnock`s priorities be another midfielder?
Two players that have been linked with us previously this summer continue to be linked. Lee Peltier at Leicester is a constant link and Sheffield United player Stephen Quinn seems to be back on the radar.
Ross McCormack is still being linked with a number of clubs whilst transfer listed Andy O`Brien is reportedly in talks with an unnamed club.
Striker Billy Paynter is being linked with a number of clubs with Doncaster Rovers reported as one club taking an interest.
If you read of any player links in or out of Elland Road then let us know on Vital Leeds.
El Hadji Diouf – (Doncaster)
Alan Smith – (Newcastle – Joined MK Dons Week 11)
Jermaine Beckford – (Leicester)
Stuart Beavon – (Wycombe Wanderers)
Jason Pearce – (Portsmouth Signed week 3)
Greg Halford – (Portsmouth – Joined Nottingham Forest Week 13)
Joel Ward – (Portsmouth – Joined Crystal Palace Week 5)
Luke Varney – (Portsmouth – Joined week 13)
David Norris – (Portsmouth – Joined week 13)
Ben Watson – (Wigan Athletic)
Paul Green – (Derby County – Signed week 8)
Darren Ambrose – (Crystal Palace – Joined Birmingham Week 11)
Sol Bamba – (Leicester City – Joined Trabzonspor week 9)
Matt Mills – (Leicester City – Joined Bolton week 10)
Aidy White – (Newcastle United – Signed new 3 year Leeds deal week 12)
Ramon Nunez – (Doncaster Rovers)
George Boyd – (Peterborough United)
George Friend – (Doncaster Rovers)
Simon Gillett – (Doncaster Rovers)
Tommy Spurr – (Doncaster Rovers)
Richard Keogh – (Coventry City – Joined Derby County week 12))
Clint Hill – (QPR – signed new QPR deal)
Paddy Kenny – (QPR – Joined week 11)
Michael Owen – (Manchester United)
Adam Clayton – (Bolton & Burnley – Joined Huddersfield week 10)
Steve Davies – (Derby County)
Ian Harte – (Reading -signed new Reading deal)
Ross McCormack – (Wigan & West Ham)
Aidy White – (Celtic & Arsenal Signed new 3 year Leeds deal week 12 )
Billy Paynter – (Portsmouth)
Luciano Becchio – (Sheffield Wednesday)
Robert Snodgrass – (Norwich, Newcastle, Stoke & West Brom – Joined Norwich week 13)
Shaun Derry – (QPR)
Jamie Mackie – (QPR)
Tommy Smith – (QPR)
Lee Peltier – (Leicester City)
Ross McCormack – (Huddersfield Town)
Matt Kilgallon – (Sunderland)
Inigo Calderon – (Brighton)
Andy Lonergan – (Bolton Wanderers – Joined Week 12)
Aidy White – (Lille & Werder Bremen Signed new 3 year Leeds deal week 12 )
Robert Snodgrass – (Aston Villa – Joined Norwich week 13)
Billy Paynter – (Brentford & Notts County)
Neil Warnock – (Nottingham Forest)
Jamie Paterson – (Walsall)
Adam Dury – (Norwich City – not linked with Leeds before his signing)
Ross McCormack – (Bristol City)
Brian Howard – (Reading)
Adam Clayton – (Reading – Joined Huddersfield week 10)
Ross McCormack – (Crystal Palace)
Luke Chambers – (Nottingham Forest – Joined Ipswich Week 11)
DJ Campbell – (QPR)
Simon Cox – (West Brom)
Leroy Lita – (Swansea City)
Adam Clayton – (Huddersfield – Joined week 10)
Andy Gray – (Barnsley – Joined week 13)
Martin Crainie – (Coventry City)
Rodolph Austin – (SK Brann – Norway – Joined week 13)
Craig Mackail-Smith – (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Ross McCormack – (Blackburn & Wolves)
Andy Lonergan – (Ipswich Town – Joined Bolton week 12)
Andrew Crofts – (Norwich City)
Charlie Austin – (Burnley)
George Boyd – (Peterborough United)
Reece Wabara – (Manchester City)
Johnny Russell – (Dundee United)
David Templeton – (Hearts)
Robert Snodgrass – (Norwich City – Joined week 13)
Ross McCormack – (Brighton & Hove Albion)
Aidan White – (Derby County & Middlesbrough – Signed new 3 year Leeds deal week 12 )
Liam Lawrence – (Portsmouth)
Nicky Maynard – (West Ham)
Lewis McGugan – (Nottingham Forest)
Jamie Ashdown – (Portsmouth – Never linked with the club)
Jay Bothroyd – (QPR)
Billy Paynter – (Doncaster Rovers)
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