Former Leeds United goalkeeper Paul Robinson believes Joe Gelhardt and Cody Drameh could be set for summer exits.
The Whites are in danger of relegation from the Premier League with one game of the season remaining.
Unless boss Sam Allardyce can orchestrate a grand escape, Leeds are set for next season in the Championship.
Drameh is on loan at Luton Town this term, while Gelhardt was at Sunderland.
“I think both clubs will probably try [to sign them permanently or on loan again]," Robinson told MOT Leeds News.
“Gelhardt is coming up against Bamford, Rodrigo and Rutter, who has hardly played. You question what's going to happen.
“I think Gelhardt's next move is very dependent on the players who are in the current squad. If Leeds are in the Championship, he's proved he can do it at that level.
“He's a good young player who has a part to play at Leeds United. If Leeds stay up, a further loan could be an option for another year of development."