Leeds United might be pursuing another attempt to sign Rangers star Ryan Kent, and could get impatient soon.

The Whites can’t be any happier with how the season’s currently going, and the attack has been a joy to watch.

New signings have come in and added to the already free-flowing setup Marcelo Bielsa has at the club.

The search for better depth going into next season could see Leeds revisit a long-standing target.

Ryan Kent has been linked with Leeds in pretty much every window since Bielsa took charge.

It has been claimed more recently by The Sun that Leeds are pondering a third attempt to sign the Rangers talisman this summer.

He helped Steven Gerrard’s side to romp to the SPL title where they still remain unbeaten.

Now, journalist Alan Nixon has delivered more details on Leeds’ stance regarding a potential swoop for Kent.

With Leeds knowing they need recruitment this summer to improve the squad again, they seemingly won’t stick around too long:

Leeds were given a swift and firm no last summer from Rangers, so their response to Leeds interest in him this summer will be telling of their willingness to sell.

If the price is right at around £15million, as reported, then we should pursue it.

Kent has been outstanding for a few seasons at Rangers now, and it’s time he proved that in the Premier League.

He’s certainly capable of doing that but it might be hard to persuade him to leave European football.

Gerrard might not be keen either but money talks coming from the Premier League.