Leeds United have been given behind-the-scenes encouragement in their pursuit of Southampton striker Che Adams, based on Football Insider. The outlet asserts that Marcelo Bielsa has got the green light for the club to create a swoop to sign that the 23-year-old striker on loan this month but has been given a blow on Friday. Southampton director Ralph Hasenhuttl stated in a press conference, as mentioned from the Daily Echo, that Adams wouldn’t be permitted to leave St Mary’s this month because of a lack of players. Adams joined Southampton for 15 million in the summertime but since his move from Birmingham, he’s failed to register even one goal. Hasenhuttl began the goal-shy ahead on Saturday from the Saints’ 2-0 win against Huddersfield. It might be that Hasenhuttl was only attempting to dampen controversy surrounding the striker whilst at the same time placing him in the store window for groups such as Leeds to have a proper look at him Saturday. However, Adams’ connection to Elland Road is only something which won’t go off and this might be the situation until February. Leeds are also rumoured to be interested in Sheffield United attacking midfielder Luke Freeman. Marcelo Bielsa formerly confessed, in remarks reported by Leeds Live, he could have planned to perform no company this month had the Whites maintained Jack Clarke and Eddie Nketiah. However, with the two guys using their loan spells cut brief, Leeds seem to be considering strengthening their squad. And among those players appearing in their radar is Blades guy Freeman. He’s created nine Premier League looks this term but just started three occasions for Chris Wilder’s side.It appears more than probable that the possible movement would involve financing deal. It could be a surprise when Leeds were ready to pay that cash this month since they just brought players in on loan at the summertime.