With Paweł Cibicki and Pierre-Michel Lasogga all agreed and sewn up, Leeds United should now have replaced Chris Wood adequately.

With the New Zealander moving to Burnley during the current window, replacing his goals were of course a concern, and it’s concern which Leeds United have certainly addressed.

Now they can move on to other positions and hope to add more before the deadline comes tonight. L’Equipe in France report Leeds United are ‘pressing most’ to sign William Remy from Montpellier.

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Several English clubs are said to be keen, with QPR the other side named. Although QPR and Ian Holloway are thrown into the mix, its’ clear L’Equipe believe Leeds United are keenest.

The 26 year old is a central defender, who can also play right back if needed. His Montpellier contract runs out in June 2018, so the fee wouldn’t be so high.

So far there’s been no offer from Leeds United, QPR, or anyone else, and that will need to change quickly. Contacts have been established from both the Yorkshire and London clubs.