It seems Leeds United have an another attacking transfer target to consider during this summer’s transfer window.
Lewis-Potter enjoyed an impressive campaign as Hull returned to the Championship last season, scoring 12 goals and providing three assists for the Tigers, while appearing in every league game.
That is something that has seemingly attracted plenty of attention in the 21-year-old, with Brentford, Southampton, Bournemouth and West Ham among the recently clubs credited with an interest in the winger.
Now it seems as though Lewis-Potter’s efforts have also earned him some admiring glances from those in charge at Elland Road.
According to this latest update, Leeds are now also among the clubs who are monitoring the winger, as they consider their options for potential summer recruits.
As things stand, there is still a year remaining on Lewis-Potter’s contract with Hull, who have the option to extend the deal by a further 12 months, effectively securing his future at the MKM Stadium until the summer of 2024.
This does look as though it could be a rather useful signing for Leeds.
It feels as though the Elland Road club could still benefit from some extra attacking reinforcement this summer, and Lewis-Potter could certainly offer them that.
At 21-years-old, he could be a long term asset as well, though his form with Hull suggests he could make an immediate impact as well.
However, given his contract situation with the Tigers, and the level of interest there is in him, this may not be an easy deal for Leeds to complete.