Skysports.com understands that Leeds have made a move to take Fulham goalkeeper David Stockdale on loan.
Simon Grayson's side are searching for another keeper after allowing Kasper Schmeichel to join Championship rivals Leicester, and have considered a number of options.
The likes of Jerzy Dudek and Andy Lonergan had been in Grayson's thoughts, but Stockdale is now believed to be their top target.
Stockdale has earned good reviews for his performances over the past couple of seasons but remains behind Mark Schwarzer in the Craven Cottage pecking order.
The 25-year-old has also attracted interest from Swansea but Leeds will be hoping their desire to sign him on loan rather than permanently works in their favour.