Leeds United fans are undecided this season
Believe Leeds United have a realistic chance of winning a trophy
Leeds United fans are presently mostly feeling Hope
Leeds United's fans table estimates averaged a placing of 11.5
Leeds United fans want to see a Striker transfer
Are satisfied with Leeds United's recruitment so far this summer
Brenden Aaronson / £25m / Salzburg
Leeds have gambled by splashing the cash on this unproven performer. Aaronson has plenty of room for improvement at the age of 21, but it's a major step up from the Austrian league and the attacking midfielder may be found wanting physically in the Premier League. 2/5
Rasmus Kristensen / Undisclosed / Salzburg
The 6ft 2in Dane should provide good cover and competition for Luke Ayling at right-back and could prove useful from set-plays in both boxes. 3/5
Tyler Adams / £20m / RB Leipzig
Replacing Kalvin Phillips won't be easy but midfielder Adams has the energy to get around the pitch and knows manager Jesse Marsch from their time together at Leipzig. 3/5.
Marc Roca / £12m / Bayern Munich,
The 25-year-old was a promising youngster who made his name at Espanyol before a move to Bayern Munich saw his playing time severely limited. It will be interesting to see how he adjusts to a bottom-half Premier League side from the German champions. 3/5
Luis Sinisterra / £21m / Feyenoord
This looks like a long-term smart signing to pick up the winger from Feyenoord. However, it's a big step up and it might take time before Sinisterra can replicate the 12 goals and seven assists in last season's Eredivisie. 2/5
Darko Gyabi / £5m / Manchester City
The 18-year-old is untried at this level and could be walking into a tough situation at Leeds. However, he’s earned rave reviews at Under-23 level and believes he can bring creativity and goals to his new team. 3/5
Sonny Perkins / Free / West Ham
The teenage forward was a regular in the West Ham first-team squad last season but made only one league appearance, ironically against Leeds, and although he's highly regarded, he'll need to prove himself at U21 level first before getting a crack at the senior side. 3/5
£42m / Manchester City
Loan / Millwall
Loan / QPR
£55m / Barcelona
Loan / Millwall
Undisclosed / Ipswich
Loan / Oxford United
Loan / Al-Ittihad
Leeds will need cooler heads if they are to avoid another relegation battle after collecting a Premier League record 101 yellow cards last season, with Junior Firpo receiving a league-high 11 bookings.
Leeds may look to the transfer market to boost their squad but they can achieve some improvement by keeping their established stars fit. Patrick Bamford started just seven Premier League games last term, while Liam Cooper managed 21 starts.
No team conceded more goals from set pieces than Leeds' 19 last season and they need to tighten up that aspect of their game.
Leeds' 12.8 shots per game was the highest of any team in the bottom half of the Premier League last season with rising star Joe Gelhardt averaging a respectable one shot on target per game.
Another tough season is on the cards for Leeds and it could end in relegation. Marcelo Bielsa did a superb job at Elland Road, but the jury is out on his replacement Jesse Marsch and despite a flurry of transfer activity this summer, the jury is out on the Whites squad, particularly after losing lynchpin Kalvin Phillips.
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