Thomas Christiansen’s Leeds United side have had a pretty standard start to the 2017/18 Championship season.
An away win against Bolton remains the Peacock’s only win this season as it was followed up by draws against Preston North End and Fulham, both of which ended nil, nil.
A pretty standard opening few games for Leeds and their fans will be happy that they have avoided defeat in those matches.
Christiansen has had a very busy summer transfer window so far bringing in 12 new players to bolster his squad for a promotion push this campaign.
With two weeks left until the transfer window slams shut until January, United might not be done in the market just yet.
There have been some strong rumours linking Bristol City left-back Joe Bryan with a move to the club.
The 23-year-old has become one of the division’s best left-backs and even has some major interest from Premier League side Newcastle.
With Cameron Borthwick-Jackson, who is currently on loan from Manchester United, the club’s only left-back, Thomas Christiansen should seriously consider making a move for the Bristol City man.
He would likely set the Yorkshire club back a fair bit, but given how young he is, they could treat it as an investment for the future whilst reaping all the benefits immediately.
Bryan plays like a classic wing-back.
He enjoys pushing further up the pitch to help in attack and has the versatility about him to play as a left midfielder/winger too.
The young left-back would be a fantastic addition to a strong Leeds side.