Leeds United fans are growing increasingly frustrated with the lack of transfer activity this summer, after Nottingham Forest had a bid accepted for Lewis Grabban.
There were plenty of problems at Leeds last season, but undoubtedly the biggest issue for both managers at Elland Road was the lack of a proper goalscorer.
Pierre-Michel Lasogga had a great start to the season but eventually frustrated fans with his lazy play, and neither of Jay-Roy Grot or Caleb Ekuban were able to fill the void.
Kemar Roofe’s return towards the end of the season certainly helped, but Leeds simply must buy a proven goalscorer this summer, so it’s no surprise fans are annoyed to miss out on Grabban.
According to reports, Bournemouth have accepted a bid in the region of £6m for Grabban from Nottingham Forest.
Matej Vydra and Abel Hernandez have been the most heavily linked names to fill the goalscoring void at Elland Road, but the fact that a proven goalscorer has moved without so much as a peep from Leeds is annoying plenty of fans.
The 30 year-old scored 20 Championship goals last season, and you can find some of the best fan reactions down below…
This is becomming a joke. They have signed at least 3 quality players
— MMW GREEN SOLUTIONS (@mmwgreen) July 5, 2018
We’re skint it’s a joke we should be all over him for that price
— Graham Lufc (@superwhites100) July 5, 2018
Opening new shop , no new kit
Opening season , no new players
Starting to see a trend here ….#lufc
— S1000R (@bigbangyamaha) July 5, 2018
At least leeds can look forward to signing Manuel from the island of Fernando.
— Brian (@librihaw) July 5, 2018
What are we doing not snapping that up
— zidane disley (@disley_zidane) July 5, 2018
— Mike Hayward (@SussexWhite) July 5, 2018
Once again, season after season, year after year, LUFC left trailing again, with regards quality available additions.
— David Beaumont (@davidglen23) July 5, 2018
Absolute bargain. Wish Leeds would get their act together
— Marc Burton (@bronk_21) July 5, 2018
MB gonna walk ?
— MJ (@Jamzeh1) July 5, 2018