As quoted by Leeds Live, Angus Kinnear has suggested that Leeds are going to try and utilise the loan market more for players this summer.
So far in the window, we’ve not really made much hay in terms of players coming in.
Plenty have left to free up space but only Lewis Baker has arrived and it remains to be seen exactly who follows him in through the door.
With that being a loan deal too, though, it seems as though we might try and utilise the size of Premier League squads to get many in.
Indeed, Kinnear revealed:
“I think loans are something we’re going to use very actively because Premier League squads are big, they have a lot of talent in those squads and they’re looking to showcase and develop that talent, so I think the loan market is something supporters can expect us to be very active in.”
This sounds like a good idea but it does also sound like we might not get as many permanent deals in as we’d like.
I’m all for using the loan market as a tool to get promoted but I hope we get some class additions in that we can keep longer-term.