Leeds United may stop with their January transfer business after bringing in a goalkeeper and a winger, it has been claimed.

The Whites are working on bringing in players to the squad in the winter window in order to sustain their charge for promotion from the Championship this season.

Leeds are finalising the agreement that will see them sign goalkeeper Kiko Casilla from Real Madrid and the Spaniard is set to undergo a medical at the club later today.

The Yorkshire giants are also looking to bring in a winger to add more impetus to their attack and Swansea City’s 21-year-old winger Daniel James is their top target this month.

And according to the Yorkshire Evening Post, Leeds could choose to go no further than a goalkeeper and a winger.

Leeds lost midfielder Lewis Baker and Samu Saiz this month and there have been calls for a midfielder to be signed as well.

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The Whites are unlikely to bring in a defender, despite injuries to many of their regular back-four operators.

Marcelo Bielsa has specific needs for his squad and has insisted that he won’t sign players for the sake of it.