Leeds United head coach Steve Evans has distanced himself from making any new signings with the emergency loan transfer window set to shut next week.
The whites were linked with a move for Northern Ireland international Kyle Lafferty. The Norwich striker has been a long term target for the club but Evans insists his team's recent upsurge in form is making it difficult for him to justify pushing for a deal
Are we still in the market for players while the loan window's open? We're always looking for players but I will be doing the boys who are playing at the minute a disservice. I've got such a strong team in there and I've got to look at those players first.
The MP John Mann has joined the speculation over the ownership of Leeds United, claming that a “second person with money” is keen to buy the club.
Leeds-born Mr Mann, the Labour MP for Bassetlaw, tweeted the news last night, adding that the price was a stumbling block.
But he did not name either the first or the second potential buyer. He also said current owner Massimo Cellino had overpaid for the club.
Fascinating. Second person keen to buy Leeds United and has money. Stumbling block is the price- Cellino over paid Bates for the club.
Before yesterday's game against Bolton Wanderers a number of Leeds United fans staged a protest against the club's owner Massimo Cellino outside Elland Road stadium.
The "Time to go Massimo" group held a fake funeral procession with a number of fans carrying a coffin, which carried the Leeds United colours and an inscription "1919-2016". Leeds United were formed in 1919.
The group had also paid for a plane to fly over the stadium with the message "Time to go Massimo" attached.
Spokesperson for the "Time to go Massimo" group Tom Banks made a speech outside the ground.
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An advert paid for by fans calling for Leeds United owner, Massimo Cellino, to sell the club has been removed.
The sign at Elland Road was taken down after the agency responsible was threatened with legal action.
City Ads Yorkshire, who agreed to erect the advert paid for by a group of around 70 United fans, removed it on Friday morning after solicitors acting for Leeds and Cellino told the firm it "clearly amounts to harassment of Mr Cellino."
Lawyers Ward Hadaway issued a legal letter after the billboard appeared outside the entrance to Elland Road's East Stand around lunchtime on Thursday.
This poster has obviously been placed outside the entrance to Mr Cellino's place of work so as to cause the maximum distress to our client.
This exacerbates the quantum of harassment that is intended to be caused and is malicious.
The letter said that despite requests from the club, City Ads Yorkshire had initially refused to remove the advert on the "grounds of freedom of speech".