Leeds boss Simon Grayson has taken the opportunity to run the rule over two Slovakian players on the club's pre-season tour of Slovakia.
The Whites kick off their trip on Tuesday evening against MFK Ruzomberok and Grayson plans on using two teams in each half of the contest.
Defender Marian Jarabica, 21, and 27-year-old midfielder Tomas Brusko are expected to start the match after linking up with the team at their training camp in the High Tatra Mountains.
Slovakian Football Association agent Emil Kovarovic has confirmed the pair are training with Leeds, although it remains to be seen whether Grayson will look to sign the duo.
"Our agency's has a good co-operation with Leeds' management and we have used that in providing the trials to these two players," he told SITA.
"Both arrived in Poprad on Sunday evening, on Monday they took part in training and they are expected to start in a friendly against MFK Ruzomberok.
"Leeds' representatives will then announce whether they are interested in the players or not."