Leeds United fans react to rumours linking Ross McCormack with a return

Leeds United have been linked with a move for their former striker Ross McCormack, according to The Sun’s printed edition on Tuesday [Page 55].

The 31-year-old is currently on loan at Melbourne City in the A-League having experienced a difficult time as an Aston Villa. He has scored 14 goals while on loan with the Australian club.

The Scotsman was signed by the Villains in the summer transfer window of 2016 for a fee of £12m from divisional rivals, Fulham. Much to their dismay, McCormack was unable to emulate the heights he achieved during his time in West London with the midlands club.

In 24 appearances for Villa, the former Cardiff striker scored three goals, each one costing Villa a fee of £4m. Recent reports have linked the Scottish forward with a return to Leeds United, a club in which he spent four seasons at.

During his time with the Peacocks, the striker amassed 158 appearances scoring a decent total of 58 goals.

Here’s how Leeds supporters reacted to the rumours on Twitter…