Leeds United are considering making a move for former Bristol City and Scunthorpe United winger Martyn Woolford, according to FLW sources.
The 29-year-old was most recently playing at relegated outfit Millwall, but has since been released from the club – meaning he is now a free agent.
FLW understands that Leeds United boss Neil Redfearn is keen to bring in a new out and out winger to the squad this summer, and he has subsequently earmarked Woolford as a potential summer signing.
This move would adhere to the transfer embargo that has been placed on the Yorkshire club as result of breaching Football League regulations, due to it being a free transfer.
Woolford has a wealth of Football League experience having had spells at York City, Scunthorpe United, Bristol City and Millwall.
Arguably, Woolford’s most profitable spell in-terms of appearances and goals came at Scunthorpe United, where he accumulated 103 appearances, scoring 15 goals.
The 29-year-old signed for Millwall in January 2013 on a two-and-a-half year deal from Bristol City, and he ended up amassing 93 appearances for the Lions.
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