Leeds have reportedly rekindled their interest in Ryan Kent after being priced out of a move for another target.

Marcelo Bielsa is a known admirer of the 23-year-old who has been in good form at the start of the season and wants to stay at Ibrox.

According to the Daily Record, Leeds could bid again for Kent in the final two weeks of the window.

Their move for Udinese's Rodrigo De Paul won't happen due to his £35 million price tag, meaning they will turn their attention back to securing the services of Kent. 

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They had a bid for the former Liverpool man rejected earlier in the window but could return with a larger offer to try and land Kent.

Leeds have returned to the Premiership with a bang, scoring and conceding seven goals in their opening two games.

They have already spent big on forward Rodrigo, but are looking for more reinforcements before the window closes. Bielsa is famed for working with the players he has at his disposal and improving them, but is thought to be keen to see another attacking option arrive at Elland Road.