Leeds United striker Pawel Cibicki was spotted at Legia Warsaw game recently which sparked rumours of the player being ready to leave the club. He is reportedly one of the players who could be on his way out and his presence at the Warsaw game will accelerate such reports.
If Cibicki were to leave, the Whites would need a replacement. Here are three options they can look at.
The Newcastle United striker had a fantastic season last time out in the Sky Bet Championship. He scored every other match and his goals helped Newcastle not only get promoted but also win the championship on their way up.
However Gayle has failed to perform this time around. He has not lived up to his expectations and his form has reflected Newcastle United’s position on the table. It seems that the player is ill-suited for top tier football and maybe doing better back in the Championship.
Moreover at Newcastle, Benitez has other options to consider thereby diminishing the significance of Gayle at Newcastle. He would do well back in the Championship and maybe Leeds United can use this opportunity to sign him up if they lose Cibicki.
The striker is an ideal suit for English football. He has the pace, the power and the brains to operate as a lone man up front for the smaller teams. He is currently contracted to West Bromwich Albion but with the Baggies now relegated, Rondon could leave for free.
His excellent form in the last few years saw quite a few clubs in England interested in him but none were able to bring him in. Now that West Brom are going down, Leeds could use the opportunity to sign him. He would add some much needed steel to the front line. However, the player will not want to play in the Championship and might leave for a club playing in the top tier instead.
The Chelsea loanee has had a good season out at Swansea City this time. He was hardly given any chances while at Stamford Bridge but down at the Liberty stadium, Abraham got the starting role for a fair part of the season and made his opportunity count.
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He was fantastic with his pace and hold-up play and maybe ideally suited for the game played at Leeds. With his loan spell at Swansea set to come to an end, Leeds United can actually look to bring him in on a loan spell.
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