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‘Victor Orta needs to try sign him’ – Leeds United need to beat Wolves in race to sign star: The verdict



Wolves are one of the frontrunners to sign AFC Bournemouth striker Lewis Grabban, according to reports.

The striker who was recalled by the Cherries from Sunderland, has enjoyed a brilliant campaign so far for the Black Cats and has been one of the division’s most clinical strikers.

Leeds United undoubtedly need to bolster their frontline in some capacity, and Grabban should be an option that they look at.

Should Christiansen’s side try and beat Wolves to Grabban’s signature?

We discuss…..

George Dagless

I’d say Victor Orta needs to try sign him.

Leeds do need another striker with Lasogga now well off of the boil and the likes of Caleb Ekuban injured.

Someone who knows the division with pace and good finishing would be ideal and Grabban ticks those boxes.

Chris Gallagher

Without a doubt.

Grabban scored goals for Sunderland so should excel at a better side.

Whilst Wolves are obviously more attractive at the minute, they can’t guarantee first-team football like Leeds could.

The Whites need a goalscorer, it could make all the difference by May and Grabban is available. Go for it, Christiansen!

Sam Preston

He would get goals, he’s shown that at Sunderland.

However, I worry that he wouldn’t be guaranteed a starting place at Elland Road and Grabban’s Premier League wages are too high for him to be someone who spends too much time on the bench.

Luke Randall

They should.

Lewis Grabban has proved himself as a deadly finisher in the Championship, something Leeds United could benefit from with Lasogga’s woes.

Indeed, Wolves will be favourites with the offer or promotion to the Premier League, but Grabban may fancy a trip to the mighty Elland Road.

ScoopDragon Football News Network

Article title: ‘Victor Orta needs to try sign him’ – Leeds United need to beat Wolves in race to sign star: The verdict

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