Leeds are preparing a shock for Southampton striker Che Adams while Jesse Marsch wants more options in attack

LEEDS plan a surprise move for Southampton forward Che Adams.

Still light in attack, the Elland Road side are keen for the versatile and hard-running Scotland international who could be available.

The Saints have now relegated Adams down their pecking order and Leeds may have a chance to successfully bid for him.

Adams started his career at Sheffield United and could see a return to Yorkshire if it gives him more playing time.

The Whites would be happy to make deals of around £10million for the 26-year-old.

The Saints are looking for more, but there is optimism a compromise figure can be reached.

They paid around £15m for Adams in 2019, who was linked with a loan move to Leeds in January 2020 to replace Eddie Nketiah, who was on loan at the club.

But then boss Marcelo Bielsa couldn’t get his man – as he saw a reported loan fee plus £20million permanent deal turned down by the South Coast side.

Adams has been a regular with the team ever since – with 110 games and 21 goals.

However, with the addition of striker Sékou Mara – a £12million signing from Bordeaux – his first-team chances appear limited.

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Leeds are desperate for a striker after losing to Charles De Ketelaere.

They have also been linked with a move for PSG striker Arnaud Kalimuendo, despite reports that he will have to compete with Rennes for his signature.

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