Jonathan Bond could find himself heading to Leeds United in the near future, with the West Brom goalkeeper on the club’s radar.

The Yorkshire Evening Post confirm that Marcelo Bielsa’s side have been given the go-ahead to sign an emergency goalkeeper on loan after losing both Jamal Blackman and Bailey Peacock-Farrell to respective injuries.

The Chelsea loanee is set for a spell on the sidelines after breaking his leg, while Peacock-Farrel’s absence means that the fellow Championship high-flyers could be forced to call upon youth-team players.

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Bielsa may be forced into naming either Will Huffer or Kamil Miazek in between the sticks for Saturday’s game against Bristol City.

Bond, who arrived at West Brom over the summer, is the third-choice option at West Brom, meaning game time is going to come few and far between.

Behind Sam Johnstone and Boaz Myhill in the pecking order, a stint at Leeds could be the ideal chance for him to kick-start a stalling career.