Having maintained their Premier League status by the skin of their teeth, Leeds have moved early this summer to bolster their squad as they seek to avoid a repeat next term.


The Whites have confirmed the addition of two new players in midfielder Brenden Aaronson and full-back Rasmus Kristen even before the summer window swings open, with both players coming from Jesse Marsch’s former side Red Bull Salzburg.



Leeds are expected to make more signings in the coming months and central midfield has been a position they have been keen to reinforce in recent windows.


However, the Yorkshire giants are expected to push to land a new striker next this summer.



Goals were at a premium for Leeds last season as striker Patrick Bamford endured a nightmare campaign with niggling injury issues forcing him to the sidelines for the majority of the campaign.


Leeds lacked a senior replacement for Bamford last term and Marsch is keen to address that this summer.



Salzburg hitman Junior Adamu is one striker that is being linked with strong interest from Leeds with the transfer window set to open on Friday.