There have been many factors that have contributed to Leeds United’s dip in form in 2018.
Leeds have failed to build on a promising first-half of the season, and heading into the final eight fixtures of the campaign, are heading towards a mid-table finish under Paul Heckingbottom.
The Whites have managed to pick up just one victory since the turn of the year, which left them 14th heading into this week’s international break.
Leeds’ goalkeeping issues have been part of their downfall all season, with the club’s decision to sell Rob Green in the summer backfiring.
Neither Felix Wiedwald nor Andy Lonergan have established themselves since Green’s departure, with Bailey Peacock-Farrell now the man in control of the gloves at Elland Road ahead of the run-in.
With that in mind we take a look at a summer transfer scenario that would revitalise Heckingbottom’s side ahead of the 2018/19 campaign…