Leeds are in the market for a new striker to provide support for first choice marksman Patrick Bamford.
The Whites have zeroed in on Paris Saint-Germain star Kalimuendo and are claimed to be prepared to fork out a fee in excess of €20m for him.
Todibo added that Kalimuendo is well balanced as a player in terms of his power and him alongside Cavani, another player he wants to see at Nice, is a combination that would be a handful for defenders.
“Last year, Kalimuendo was one of the strikers I preferred to play against”, Todibo was quoted as saying by French magazine So Foot.
“There was a real balance in terms of power, he was in good spirits.
“Cavani-Kalimuendo, it would be difficult [for defenders to handle].”
PSG are seeking a fee between €25m and €30m for Kalimuendo, which Rennes are prepared to offer them, but Leeds still remain in the race for the player.