Former Leeds United goalkeeper Paul Robinson has said that the Whites should look to sign Danny Rose if the defender leaves Tottenham Hotspur on a free transfer.
Rose was strongly linked with a move away from Jose Mourinho's side over the summer, but the transfer deadline passed with the 30-year-old still at the club.
The left-back has been left out of Tottenham's Premier League squad, though, and Spurs are said to be preparing to hold discussions over the possibility of terminating the Englishman's £70,000-a-week contract, which is due to expire next June.
Robinson has said that his former side's defensive injuries means that they should be keeping a close eye on the developments at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.
"The contract situation will be resolved eventually and I would just like to see Danny Rose get out there and play football," Robinson told Football Insider. "I would take him at Leeds because obviously, there has been a number of defensive injuries.
"Leeds have had Stuart Dallas and [Ezgjan] Alioski playing there but to have someone like Danny Rose as part of the squad, on a free transfer, that would be a no brainer for anyone."
Rose is a product of the Leeds youth academy but never made a first-team appearance for the club.