Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa is reportedly interesting in signing Luke Freeman in the summer transfer window, who was outstanding in Queens Park Rangers' home win against the Yorkshire side last season.
Leeds have been recently linked with Freeman and his QPR teammate Eberechi Eze.
The Yorkshire club is expected to make QPR an offer for Freeman, while a move for forward Eze is unlikely at the minute.
Queens Park Rangers, however, will want to lose him on a cheap fee - Freeman was their Player of the Year and extended his contract last season.
Speaking after that game, the then QPR boss Steve McClaren made it clear he believed Freeman was capable of playing at a higher level – and that he would grace Bielsa’s Leeds side.
McClaren told West London Sport: “He showed his real quality and infectious enthusiasm that he gives to the team.
“When you’re looking for leadership and looking for people to have the courage and take the ball, he’s got all that.
“He’s someone who can play at the top of the Championship, could play in that Leeds team and could play in the Premier League, so we’re delighted to have him here.”