QPR and Hull City made enquiries for the Wales international last week and Leeds may now be willing to let him out on loan with view to a permanent deal next summer.
The interest from QPR has triggered a response from other Championship suitors who, up till last week did not believe the 23-year-old would be allowed to leave Elland Road.
Leeds forward Tyler Roberts is attracting the attention of several Championship clubs
QPR, Hull and Birmingham are just some of the clubs interested in taking Roberts on loan
Now Birmingham City, Cardiff City and Huddersfield Town have all joined the chase for the skilful frontman.
Last season the Welsh international played 23 times in the Premier League but only seven of his top flight appearances were starts.
He injured his hamstring in March which ruled him out for a large part of the campaign but he underwent successful surgery and was fit and available for the crucial last game of the season against Brentford but was left on the bench.
The 23-year-old Roberts is a Wales international who will be looking ahead to the World Cup
Roberts has 19 international caps to his name and could be looking for more first-team football ahead of the World Cup in November, Wales' first appearance at the tournament since 1958.
He joined Leeds in 2018 from West Brom's reserves and has previously played for Walsall, Shrewsbury and Oxford United.
Leeds are also looking to offload right-back Jamie Shackleton to Reading while centre-back Charlie Cresswell is wanted by Millwall on loan.