Leeds United boss Neil Warnock says he will be looking to bring in a player on loan in the next seven days after allowing Ross Barkley to return to Everton.
Barkley is returning to Goodison Park after his month`s loan at Elland Road came to an end after the game at Middlesbrough on Tuesday night and Warnock says he need to strengthening the squad in the loan market in a different position.
Speaking after the game at Middlesbrough, Warnock said, “We need someone in a different position. If I can bring somebody in during this next week because we need players in different areas to improve the squad.”
Warnock is desperate to bring in a winger after missing out on both Birmingham City winger Chris Burke and West Brom winger Jerome Thomas in the January transfer window.
Leeds missed out on Burke after they failed to agree on the asking price for the player who is out of contract at the end of the season.
Warnock could make another move for Thomas. The winger enjoyed a successful loan spell at Leeds before the New Year, making seven appearances.
Thomas looked ready to fight for a place at the Hawthorns in the second half of the season but came close to signing for fellow championship side Blackburn Rovers on transfer deadline day before the deal fell through.
The 29-year-old could be available for a loan again having not featured for West Brom yet this month.
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