Leeds United boss Simon Grayson says he is in the process of reviewing his loan arrangements.
Leeds currently have six players on loan, with only Mike Doyle who is on a season long loan from Coventry City not due to return to their parent clubs in the next few weeks.
Speaking on the official website Grayson said “We`re talking to clubs about the possibility of keeping them or not as the case may be.
Any decision we make will be for the football club and the players, but it`s obviously down to the other clubs as well”.
Max Gradel as been at the club since mid October, he`s become a huge fans favourite with his impact from the bench since his arrival. He as also chipped in with three goals including a last minute winner against Leyton orient in November
Striker Sam Vokes arrived on the same day as Gradel from Wolves and as made eight starts, he`s only managed the one goal against Bristol Rovers an as missed the last four games since the return t fitness of Luciano Becchio.
Goalkeeper David Martin joined in November and as made just the one start against Accrington Stanley in the Johnstone`s Paint Trophy.
With Shane Higgs still struggling to recover from his thigh injury Grayson might want to keep the Liverpool keeper as cover for Casper Ankergren.
Defender Tony Capaldi joined on the same day has Martin, he`s made four starts but as not been involved in the last three games.
Cardiff City have indicated that he is free to talk to Leeds in the January transfer window.
Midfielder Hogan Ephraim also joined on the same day from QPR, he`s made two starts and scored his first goal in the Johnstone`s Paint Trophy win over Accrington Stanley.
QPR have just appointed Paul Hart as their new manager and he may want to take a look at him first before deciding his future.
With the transfer window reopening on January 1st, Grayson is hoping to revolve matters quickly but says he`s already looking at alternatives if things don`t work out the way he wants.
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