Leeds have confirmed there has been genuine interest in an unnamed player.
Sky Sports reported earlier today that newly-promoted Norwich had a £3.5million bid for winger Robert Snodgrass turned down.
Norwich's upcoming Premier League rivals Stoke and Newcastle have also been linked with the 23-year-old Scotland international.
But although Leeds' chief executive Shaun Harvey admitted there has been contact regarding some of their players, he shed little light on the Championship club's potential transfer activity this summer.
"It would be naive to believe that we would not receive any enquiries about our players who, collectively, achieved a seventh-place finish in the Championship last season," said Harvey.
"We will continue our policy of not commenting on specific speculation but would re-iterate our position that any players leaving will only do so in those circumstances that we believe represents the best interests of the club and has the full support of Simon Grayson.
"Our recruitment plans continue quietly behind the scenes and we have no intention of making public our targets."
Bradley Johnson is expected to leave Leeds for the Premier League this summer after rejecting the offer of a new contract while fellow midfielder Neil Kilkenny has also failed to agree a new deal.