Leeds United have been credited with an interest in out of favour Palermo midfielder Granddi Ngoyi, as reported by Italian outlet Tutto Mercato Web.
The Whites are thought to be in the market for additions during the January transfer window, despite being under a transfer embargo from the Football League.
Accounts from GFH Capital’s time in charge revealed that they failed the Financial Fair Play test last season, meaning that they are limited in what they can do during the January window.
However, there are expectations that they will bring in at least a few loan signings.
While Neil Redfearn has repeatedly called for the addition of Championship experience, owner Massimo Cellino seems to be targeting the Italian market again.
N’Goyi has made only 26 appearances since 2012, including five this season.
As a result, he would likely be keen on a switch.
Leeds could exploit that by tying up a loan deal this month, according to TMW.