Portsmouth manager MIchael Appleton has confirmed that striker Luke Varney is in talks with Leeds, while his team-mate David Norris could also make the move to the Yorkshire club.
Varney has been in discussions with Leeds for some time and is determined to leave Portsmouth as they are in desperate need of slashing their wage bill.
Norris could also find himself at Elland Road next season as there is a growing belief that Leeds boss Neil Warnock will attempt to make an offer to Portsmouth in the coming days.
The former Ipswich player has also been linked with Sheffield Wednesday and Appleton has admitted that he is in discussions with a Championship club, but he would not say which side.
"I believe Luke has been in talks with Leeds. Whether that (move) will happen this weekend or next week, we'll have to see," Appleton revealed to the Portsmouth News.
"David is also in discussions with a Championship club and I will be surprised if there weren't others interested in him. I know they are both close to agreeing moves elsewhere."
Leeds are also pushing to sign QPR goalkeeper Paddy Kenny who has been strongly linked with a move to Elland Road where he would link up with a manager he knows extremely well in Warnock.