Kamara is out of contract at the end of the season and will not be signing a new deal with Marseille in the coming months.


He is set to leave the French club on a free transfer in the summer and there is a serious beeline of clubs who have an interest in signing him.



It has been claimed that Leeds are interested in getting their hands on the French midfielder in the next transfer window.


Leeds are expected to be in the market for midfield reinforcements at the end of the season and Kamara is being closely monitored.



His contractual status makes him an attractive proposition for Leeds director of football for Victor Orta.


But Leeds will have to navigate and overcome competition from several top clubs in the Premier League and Europe if they want to sign Kamara.



Manchester United and Newcastle have had an interest in the midfielder and Atletico Madrid even tried to sign him in the winter transfer window.


There are other sides interested too and it has been suggested that Kamara will have his pick of clubs.


Orta will have to make one of his famous pitches if Leeds are to convince Kamara to move to Elland Road in the summer.