Leeds United, Sheffield Wednesday and Reading are all believed to be interesting in signing former West Brom striker Luke Moore, with the 29 year-old currently plying his trade in the MLS.

The Yorkshire Post have reported that all three clubs are keen on the striker who has a plethora of experience in English football.

Starting his career with Aston Villa in 2003, Moore has since gone on to play for five other teams in England playing in both the Championship and the Premier League; where he has amassed over 50 appearances.

Most recently the former England U21 front-man played for Swansea before moving to Turkey to play for Super Lig side Elazigspor.

After 17 appearances and no goals, Moore secured a move to America to play for Chivas USA and then just two months later was snapped up by his current club, Toronto FC.

In his time with Swansea, Moore was a part of the 2010-11 squad which secured promotion to the Premier League via the play-offs, and the 2012-13 squad which won the Football League Cup.

Leeds are in the market for a striker with top scorer Chris Wood picking up yet another injury during last night’s 1-1 draw with Brentford.