According to reports from Spanish outlet Pucela Fichajes, Leeds United are considering a swoop for Real Valladolid attacker Toni Villa.
Leeds United have been very active in the transfer market so far this summer and their eight signings have arrived from various different leagues in Spain, Italy, Germany, Switzerland and Portugal.
To continue to continental theme, Leeds United are now said to be targeting a move for Real Valladolid attacking midfielder Toni Villa and the 22-year-old is allegedly available for a fee of around £300,000.
However, the transfer will not be a straightforward one as Spanish outlet Pucela Fichajes state that Leeds are looking to sign Villa and then loan him to Leonesa.
It is believed that Leeds are set to enter a partnership with Leonesa as the Spanish club is owned by Aspire Academy in Qatar, where Leeds board member Ivan Bravo is a director and one of the first moves of the union is set to be a transfer of Villa this summer.