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Leeds United enter race to sign in-demand Championship forward



Leeds United have reportedly inserted themselves into the race to sign Wigan Athletic’s Nick Powell.

According to TEAMTalk, Marcelo Bielsa is keen on the former Manchester United forward and has joined a clutch of sides looking to tempt the 24-year-old away from the DW Stadium.

Middlesbrough, West Bromwich Albion, Stoke City and Celtic are all keen on the attacker with four days left of the loan window.

Aston Villa and Derby are also keeping tabs on the player, according to the Express.

And now Leeds have entered the fray as they look to further add to their side after an impressive start to the new Championship campaign.

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Bielsa’s men have won four out of their opening five games, and sit top of the Championship, and adding to his side in the final days of the loan window will only be if the right deal comes up. 

Powell has started well for the Latics’ the season scoring three goals in their opening five games.

The Verdict

Nick Powell would add another dimension to Leeds United’s attack, but with their business done, it would be a luxury of a signing.

There are a number of clubs all interested in the attacker who has started the season well after an impressive showing last season when Wigan were promoted.

The Leeds move might be one that would be more style over substance as they don’t really need any more in the way of additions.

A move to Villa or Middlesbrough might suit the 24-year-old better, but you could see the potential promise he has should he join Leeds, and it would add yet another layer of depth to the Bielsa revolution at Elland Road.

ScoopDragon Football News Network

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