Leeds United manager Marcelo Bielsa

Here we take a look at the best free agents still available for whites and their second tier companions. Sure, Marcelo Bielsa is very unlikely to target the free agent market – but would you like to take one of these on Elland Road? Click and scroll through the pages to see who is still on the market:

Bolton Wanderers agreed to cancel the Alnwick contract in December to allow him to find a new club this month.
Released by Watford last summer and trained with the old Aberdeen club to build his fitness. Still to be broken.
Wilson was released by Bolton Wanderers on the back of last season following the club’s financial problems and relegation to League One.

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Pisano left Bristol City in the summer after becoming a popular figure among Robins fans during his two-year stay.
The Nigerian left Derby County in the summer after his short-term contract expired.
He remains without a club after leaving Ipswich Town last season following relegation to the third tier.
The ex-boyfriend of Liverpool impressed in his previous spell in England with the then Premier League Stoke City.
Recently trained with Lega One’s Doncaster Rovers as he tries to secure a new club after his spell in China.
Released by Swansea City last summer, the 31-year-old is available, although he is reportedly training with West Brom.
He left Derby County last year after an ACL injury ended his career in Rams.
He returned to the free agents market after a short spell with the South Korean team Gyeongnam FC.
Once a shooter chosen for the championship, McCormack’s career stopped after some difficult years at Aston Villa.
Rotherham United’s radar had reportedly been without a club since it left Norwich City last summer,
The former Arsenal defender is reportedly on the verge of signing for FC Sion, so clubs will have to act quickly if they want his signature.
He tried to gain an agreement with the French club Le Harve, but returned to training with the League Two team from Newport for the second time.

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