Leeds United loaned out Ryan Edmondson earlier this season, however, he could now be on the move again as League Two side Bradford City are interested in the forward.
The latest on Edmondson
Would this be a good move
The 19-year-old is at a crucial stage of his career, where he needs to use these loan experiences to prove that he could perform in the near future at Leeds. In the Scottish Premiership this season, he played 14 times and picked up two goals and two assists (Transfermarkt).
His two goals came in the same match, and Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes was full of praise for the forward following this game as he said: ‘Very pleased, (his) first-half performance, in particular, was terrific’.
Edmondson has probably not shown enough to make Marcelo Bielsa think about giving him a chance in the first team currently, so a temporary move to a club like League Two side Bradford could be a good move for all parties. The Englishman gets a chance to get some good experience in a tough and physical division and gets more game time to grow as a player.
Meanwhile, Bradford get the forward they are interested in to help their campaign and Leeds can keep an eye on him to see if he has potential to succeed at the club in the future.
In other news, Phil Hay discussed one Leeds player following a recent loss, find out who it is here!
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