By Will Butcher
Leeds fans are desperate for Garry Monk to sign Leicester defender Liam Moore, who is available in a cut-price deal worth £1million.
The versatile defender has less than 12 months remaining on his King Power deal, and Leeds are reported to be interested in snapping the former England under-21 international up.
The Bristol Post have claimed that Leeds have a long-standing interest in Moore, who is also attracting interest from Reading and Bristol City.
It is said that Reading have already tabled a £1million bid for the centre-back, who has been told by Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri he can leave the King Power Stadium.
If Liam Moore is available for £1million we should be all over it. #lufc
— Bobby (@bobby_wilson1) August 8, 2016
— Jason Rogan (@jason_rogan2) August 5, 2016
— Mr Geldard (@MrJGeldard) August 5, 2016
Please not Lescott. Would much prefer Dom Ball or Liam Moore #lufc
— Scott (@scott_lion) August 4, 2016
Liam Moore not been given a squad number at Leicester, surely a player we should be looking at? #lufc
— Matthew Beedle (@Matthew_Beedle) August 4, 2016
Liam Moore would be the perfect centre half for us right now.. Get it done #lufc
— LUFC fan (@GoTkunt) August 3, 2016
Bridcutt and Moore would be 👍👌 #lufc
— Alex Wilcockson (@AlexWilcockson) August 5, 2016
I wouldn’t might having Liam Moore for Leeds United #lufc
— matthew Chapman (@mattyboy4421) August 4, 2016
Moore, who has also had loan spells with Brentford and Bradford City, has not been given a squad number by Leicester this season.