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Lewie Coyle is looking to complete a permanent move away from Leeds United in January, according to Football Insider.
The right-back spent a two-year period on loan at Fleetwood Town prior to this season.
He is now on another temporary spell with the Fishermen, with that set to end at the end of December.
His contract with Leeds comes to an end at this season’s culmination so the 24-year-old is keen to complete a permanent move to Fleetwood.
This season, he has been an integral part of their team, starting 16 games in the league and getting four assists during that time from the full-back position.
Football Insider have previously reported that Leeds are willing to sell the loanee in January so they don’t lose him for free.
This would be a good move for all parties: Leeds are able to demand a fee for someone they are highly unlikely to use, Fleetwood hang onto an important player and Coyle can settle his future.
From Coyle’s point of view, it is about time that he moved on, as at 24 years old he will be looking to have his future secured with a club, rather than continuously heading out on various loans.
The right-back has already shown that he can make an impact for Fleetwood, so this seems like a move that will make sense for him.
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