With the season coming to an end clubs are already looking forward to the summer transfer window and Leeds United have been linked with a move for Dundee attacker Greg Stewart.

According to the Daily Express, Leeds are among several clubs including fellow Championship outfit Rotherham and Rangers, who are keen to sign the 26 year-old.

The Scotsman has been in fine form this season for the Dark Blues netting seven goals in 27 league games, continuing on from a successful 2014/15 campaign.

Scoring 15 goals in all competitions for Dundee last year, Stewart earned himself a place on the shortlist for the PFA Scotland Player of the Year award.

Starting his youth career with Scottish giants Rangers, the attacker’s first taste of league football came with Cowdenbeath in 2010.

Four seasons with the League One side helped Stewart establish himself as a goalscorer – leaving the club for Dundee with a record of 39 goals in just over 140 games in all competitions.

Stewart’s current contract has just one year left to run and his club have opened up talks to extend his deal in an attempt to fend off potential suitors.

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  1. ropey wyla on

    Just what we need, a striker who can only manage 7 goals in an entire season in the mickey mouse league.

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