Leeds United are set to make a move for Cardiff City defender Mark Hudson, according to Sport Witness.
Hudson, 32, has been at Cardiff City since 2009 and has amassed 141 appearances during his time at the Bluebirds, also scoring 11 goals.
Leeds have switched their attention to Hudson after deciding not to sign Sassuolo defender Jonathan Rossini.
Hudson has signed a new deal with the Welsh club to keep him there until 2015, however he could find playing time hard to get under Cardiff manager Ole Gunnar Solksjaer.
Leeds sporting director Nicola Salerno has said he wants to implement a British core into the Yorkshire club, and bringing in Hudson would certainly fill that criteria.