By Alex Stevens
Souleymane Doukara is not expected to be at Leeds beyond this season, according to a report.
The Yorkshire Evening Post claim little effort has been made by the Yorkshire giants to tie the striker down to a new contract.
It is said that manager Garry Monk has too few striker options to rule Doukara out of the equation but it is likely to be his last year at Elland Road.
Doukara, 25, signed a three-year contract with Leeds when he joined from Catania in the summer of 2014 but has made little impact at the Championship club.
The Senegalese striker has had only bit-part status under Monk and has played just 134 minutes for the senior side this season, and has yet to score or provide an assist.
In 57 appearances in all competitions for Leeds, Doukara has scored 12 goals and supplied five assists, with eight of his goals coming from 50 Championship matches.
He is now behind first-choice spearhead Chris Wood and summer signing Marcus Antonsson in the striker pecking order and features regularly as an over-age player for Leeds’ Under-23s side.
Monk’s side are 13th in the table after a fine run of results came to an end when they lost 1-0 to Derby at the iPro Stadium on Saturday.
In other Leeds transfer news, a 25-year-old has signed for the club after agreeing terms.