LUFC - Flahavan could re join Leeds?
Darryl Flahavan who finished last season on loan at Leeds United has been told by his parent club Crystal Palace that he can find another club.
The 30 year old joined the Eagles from Southend at the start of the 2008/09 season and struggled to find his way into the side before injury ruled him out.
He eventually joined Leeds on loan in March but due to his facial injury that he received whilst at Palace he only made one appearance for Leeds in a reserve game.
Leeds released reserve keeper David Lucas at the end of the season so boss Simon Grayson will be on the look out for a new keeper.
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