According to The Daily Mail, Leeds United are keen on signing Norwich striker Kyle Lafferty on loan until the end of the season.
Leeds have been linked with Lafferty a number of times throughout the course of the season, with their manager, Steve Evans, talking about the deal as well. A previous hurdling block was his wages. However, with time running out in the Emergency loan window, that may be resolved.
Lafferty is desperate to leave Norwich so that he can get himself fit for the upcoming European Championship qualifiers. The Northern Irishman fired his Country to the tournament with seven goals and needs to be match-fit ready to show his talents in the summer.
The loan window slams shut next Thursday and Leeds are confident that they can push a deal over the line for the forward. Lafferty is also likely to leave Norwich at the end of the season, with Alex Neil showing that he is not in his plans.