Leeds United are interested in signing winger Ryan Kent and midfielder Glen Kamara from Rangers this summer.

That’s according to a report from Give Me Sport, who say that the Elland Road club are considering deals for both players.

Interest with Kent in particular is nothing new for Leeds, with the Whites reportedly seeing a £10million bid rejected for the former Liverpool youngster last summer.

However, it now seems as though Leeds have not given up on their desire to sign Kent, and it seems he may not be the only player they look to bring in from Ibrox.

According to this latest update, Leeds are taking an interest both in Kent, and midfielder Glen Kamara, as they consider their options for the rest of the summer transsfer window.

However, it is thought that Leeds have yet to turn their interest in either of those players into a concrete offer for the duo.

It has previously been suggested that Rangers value Kamara at around £10million, with two years remaining on both players’ contracts at Ibrox, securing their futures until the summer of 2023.

These could be two decent signings for Leeds if they pull them off.

The wing and central midfield positions are two that Leeds are seemingly keen to add to this summer, and Kent and Kamara would fill those roles respectively.

Indeed, both have shown that they are quality players, and have plenty of time remaining in their careers, meaning they could be assets for Leeds for some time to come.

However, having won the Scottish title last season, setting them up for a place in this year’s Champions League and more potential silverware, it could be hard for Leeds to tempt them to make the move to Elland Road.