Three reasons Leeds United must bring Ross McCormack back to Elland Road
According to reports on TEAMtalk on August 15, Leeds United have contacted Ross McCormack’s representatives over a potential move back to Elland Road this summer.
TEAMtalk says that the Whites are considering moving for the 30-year-old as they are fearful that Chris Wood could leave the club this summer with Burnley and West Bromwich Albion interested in bringing the New Zealand international to the Premier League.
The report adds that sources close to the Scotland international have confirmed that the Yorkshire outfit have been in contact over a potential deal for the attacker, who has endured a miserable time at Aston Villa since joining the Midlands outfit from Fulham last summer.
If the deal did go through, the striker would return to the club he enjoyed such success with between 2010 and 2014 before completing a move to Craven Cottage.
Here are three reasons Leeds should bring McCormack back to Elland Road…