The optimism surrounding Leeds United and the transfer window has diminished significantly over the last week or so.
When Marcelo Bielsa was appointed as manager at the start of June the Elland Road faithful thought that the times were changing at their club.
Finally they had a top class manager who would bring in top class players and get Leeds United back into the top flight.
But potential deals for top signings such as Matej Vydra, David Stockdale, Angus Gunn, Kyle Bartley and Abel Hernandez have all faded away for a variety of reasons.
New targets must now be acquired.
One man who they could make a last minute move for is Liverpool winger Harry Wilson.
After impressing on loan at Hull City last season Wilson is hot property with Celtic and Rangers both battling it out to land the winger on loan this campaign.
But should Leeds make an attempt to hijack the deal?
Leeds should focus on other targets, like a new striker, goalkeeper and centre-back. But if they have the chance to land Wilson on loan, it is not one that they should pass up.
From the wing, the Liverpool starlet offers goals and assists and he terrorises Championship defenders.
Without a doubt, but so should the entire division!
Wilson is a class player and would add goals and real quality to virtually every side from out wide, so he would be a great capture for Leeds and one they need to go all-out for.
Absolutely, he’d bring so much to Bielsa’s squad.
The winger has real quality and it would be some coup getting him on board.
If Leeds can get a deal over the line, Radrizzani will get a lot of people back onside.
They should do all they can.
Wilson is a good Championship performer and would transform and improve any attack in the division.
Leeds need to start adding and Wilson would be a good start.
Possibly, but surely they should be thinking of longer term signings?
If there was £11m in the bank for Vydra, maybe splashing a bit of that around would give fans hope, not chasing short term loan players.