Leeds United look set to continue their raid on recently relegated Italian side Catania as Massimo Cellino sets his sights on Argentinian winger, Lucas Castro.

Having already brought Souleymane Doukara and Giuseppe Bellusci from the former Serie A side, Massimo Cellino clearly sees an opportunity to capitalise on their relegation in his quest to bolster Leeds United’s squad.

His latest target, who has been linked by Gazetta dello Sport journalist Emanuele Giulianelli, scored 7 times in 64 appearances for Catania and fills a position Leeds United have lacked quality in since the departures of Robert Snodgrass and Max Gradel.

Giulianelli also provided an update on the pending Adryan deal, claiming it should be resolved by the weekend and Leeds plan to take the Brazilian midfielder on a season-long loan with a £4m purchase option at the end of the season.