As Liverpool’s youngest ever international, there is an inevitable level of hype and excitement around Harry Wilson.
The Welsh winger made his debut against Belgium aged just 16 years and 207 days in 2013.
He has since kicked on to become an in demand player.
As plaudits mount, Leeds will want to make a move sooner rather than later if they are to snaffle his services.
Since his international debut, he has had a quiet club career until his loan spell at Hull last season.
Joining the Tigers in January, he notched a remarkable seven goals and four assists in his 13 appearances, including a sensational winner against Norwich.
These helped guide Hull away from a potential relegation battle as they ended the season strongly to finish eight points clear of the drop.
The 21-year old showed his attacking abilities throughout his spell.
He recorded 2.2 shots and attempted 1.5 dribbles per game, as Hull recorded 2 goals per game with him in the side in comparison with 1.33 without him. This style is similar to the likes of Ezgjan Alioski, Pablo Hernandez and Samuel Saiz. It is clear how he would fit in with the Leeds attack.
To secure Wilson, Leeds will have to move quickly.
Wilson’s season will not have gone unnoticed, particularly by new Rangers’ boss Steven Gerrard.
However, the attraction of staying south of the border could just tip the scales in Leeds’ favour providing they act in time.