Transfers And Predictions
None (As Yet).
Neil Sullivan (Doncaster Rovers, free), Sam Hird (Doncaster Rovers, free), Kevin Nicholls (Preston, undisc), Stephen Crainey (Blackpool, free), Gary Kelly (retired), Robbie Blake (Burnley, £250,000), David Healy (Fulham, up to £1.5m), Ian Moore (Hartlepool, free), Hayden Foxe (released), Robbie Elliott (Hartlepool, free), Armando Sa (released), Richard Cresswell (Stoke, undisc).
Yorkshire Post prediction: A club who have never been far from the headlines for the best part of a decade will, undoubtedly, start the season in the spotlight once again and that will bring its own pressure.
That could lead to a slow start, especially if United suffer a couple of injuries as their squad is wafer-thin due to Dennis Wise being unable to make any signings.
Despite that, Leeds still have enough talent in their ranks to justify their tag as one of the pre-season favourites and a place in the play-offs - and a possible first trip to new Wembley - beckons.
Key to success: Alan Thompson has enough quality to embarrass most opposition midfielders in League One, while Jermaine Beckford has undergone a transformation since being loaned to Scunthorpe by Wise and looks capable of scoring the goals United will need.