Paul Robinson supports Leeds United’s pursuit of Coventry City’s Callum O’Hare this summer.

According to Teamtalk, Leeds is interested in signing the playmaker before his contract expires at the end of June, as he has not agreed to new terms with Coventry City.

The 25-year-old, who has been praised for his Championship performances, scored six goals and provided three assists in 31 league appearances last season (stats from Fbref).

Leeds, however, faces competition from Leicester City, Celtic, Rangers, Southampton, and Burnley for O’Hare’s signature.

Robinson supports Leeds’ efforts to sign O’Hare and believes his addition to Daniel Farke’s squad would be beneficial. He also notes that Leeds’ incoming transfers will likely depend on their outgoings due to financial constraints.

“Leeds are going to be linked with a lot of free transfers because of their current financial situation,” Robinson told MOT Leeds.

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