By Harvey Byrne

Leeds next two signings will be a midfielder and a striker, according to a report.

Radio Yorkshire journalist and presenter Joe Rawson has revealed on his personal Twitter page that there should be a couple more signings coming in to Elland Road in the next few days, one a midfielder and the other a striker.

The next two deals will be the fifth and sixth signings to be made this summer by new manager Garry Monk.

Leeds followed up the capture of striker Marcus Antonsson and on-loan defender Kyle Bartley last week by landing Hadi Sacko on loan from Sporting Lisbon and Robert Green on a one-year deal.

It was reported on Football Insider that the Yorkshire giants were also going to make an approach for released Everton midfielder Leon Osman while Leeds also reignited their pursuit of Ternana striker Felipe Avenatti.

Despite being 35, Osman still made nine Premier League appearances in the 2015-16 and 16 in all competitions. He scored one goal in the Capital One Cup against Norwich at the start of the season.

The veteran midfielder was released by Everton last month after his contract expired and is on the look-out for a new club.

Termana, who has represented Uruguay at Under-20 level five times played in 37 encounters for the Serie B side in all competitions in the recently completed season scoring six goals and providing four assists.

There were reports last year that Leeds were set to complete the £3million transfer for the 23-year-old, but nothing materialized.

However, the young prospect is now entering the final year of his contract and he may be picked up for a much smaller fee this window.

In other Leeds news, Bradford have no interest in loaning Whites winger Lee Erwin.