🚨GOOD NEWS : Leeds united Targets Versatile Forward Amid Transfer Window Speculation


Leeds United have identified Bournemouth striker Kieffer Moore as a top target for the January transfer window. Moore’s situation at Bournemouth has changed under new manager Andoni Iraola, with limited game time this season. While several Championship clubs like Cardiff City, Ipswich, West Brom, Birmingham, and Sunderland are interested, his £40,000 weekly wages make a loan move the only viable option.

Leeds United’s attack has been impressive this season, with 45 goals scored, ranking them fourth in the Championship. Dan James, Crysencio Summerville, Georginio Rutter, and Joel Piroe have formed a potent attacking quartet, with each contributing over seven goals and five assists. However, Joel Piroe’s fatigue and Patrick Bamford’s struggles with injuries and form have raised concerns.

The rotation between Piroe and Rutter in the no.9 and no.10 roles suggests space for another forward at Elland Road. Kieffer Moore’s experience in the Championship, scoring nine and 20 goals in his last two campaigns, makes him an attractive option. His aerial threat and ability to attack the box would complement Leeds’ existing attacking talent.

With Bamford’s injury history and the lack of goals from the bench, Moore’s signing would provide a much-needed boost. A short-term loan until the end of the season could be the spark Leeds need to secure promotion. Daniel Farke’s work with the current attack has been impressive, and Moore’s addition would offer a valuable plan B. Leeds United’s pursuit of Kieffer Moore makes sense, and his signing could be the key to unlocking their promotion dreams.

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