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Leeds United Want Ross Barkley On Loan (Full Details)

Leeds United are open to taking Chelsea midfielder Ross Barkley on loan until end of the season, MySportDab reports.

The Premier League side are hoping they could force Chelsea into allowing their midfielder make that move to Ellen Road.

Ross Barkley is currently looking for a way out of Stamford Bridge after making a return from Aston Villa loan move last season.

The England International has been blowing hot and cold due to injury which has been a problem to his football career since his days with Everton.

Chelsea might be considering letting him leave when the January window opens as they also will be going into the market to bring more players.

The Blues are having to deal with so much injury problems which have cost them to drop from their number position in the English Premier League.

Leeds United are exploring the possibility of taking Ross Barkley on loan from Chelsea, according to claims coming from the Daily Mail.

The England international playmaker spent last season at Aston Villa and remains some way down the pecking order at Stamford Bridge.

Although he has been able to show that he can be trusted despite the few playing time he was given by Thomas Tuchel which he did well.

One of his good performance for the season was when he came off the bench to assist Chelsea in getting a late win.

Leeds United are now hoping they could lure him to Ellen Road as they look to add him to their team for a possible loan move which could be permanent.

The only deal Chelsea are interested in is a permanent deal after naming their asking price for the midfielder who they want to sell.

For now Leeds United remain the strongly interested side with the likes of Aston Villa and Burnley not saying anything about their interests.

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