Leeds United will make a move for Rangers winger Ryan Kent, if they fail to sign Man United star Daniel James, according to reports.

Former Liverpool attacker Kent has been the subject of transfer speculation all summer, with reports linking him with a move to Elland Road.

Despite the interest, Kent has come out in previous weeks and told how he is happy at Ibrox and expressed how much he is loving working under Steven Gerrard.

Leeds have had a bid knocked back for the 23-year-old, but according to The Scottish Sun, Marcelo Bielsa's side could still launch another swoop.

They report that if Leeds fail in their quest to sign Man United attacker Daniel James, then they will return to Ibrox to try and push a deal over the line for Kent.

Leeds have returned to the Premiership with a bang, winning two out of their opening three 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.