Leeds United are reportedly interested in appointing Brentford boss Mark Warburton as their next manager.
The 52-year-old has earned widespread praise for the job that he has done with the Bees, taking them into the Championship playoffs just a year after winning promotion from League One.
However, he will leave Griffin Park at the end of the season after being told by owner Matthew Benham that he would be replaced by a new management structure.
Neil Redfearn's future as Leeds head coach is uncertain, with his contract set to expire now that the regular Championship season is over.
It is expected that Redfearn will speak to Leeds president Massimo Cellino in the coming days to clarify his situation.
According to the Daily Mail, Cellino wants to take Warburton to Elland Road after being impressed with his work at Brentford.
Leeds finished 15th in the Championship.