Date: 1st July 2007 at 6:53pm
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Leeds United have emerged as potential suitors for free agent Rob Kozluk, who was released by former club Sheffield United at the end of last season. The 29 year old defender made 19 Premiership appearances last season under Neil Warnock however new boss Bryan Robson deemed Kozluk, a former England Under-21 international surplus to requirements at Bramall Lane and was allowed to leave the club.

Skysports.com have reported that Leeds are in the driving seat as far as the signing of Kozluk, who began his career at Premiership returnees Derby County back in 1997.



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