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LUFC Gradel wanting long term Leeds future

Max Gradel is hoping to lead Leeds back to the Premier League next season and wants to stay with the club for a long time to come.

Gradel has been linked with a number of Premier League clubs after enjoying a fantastic season at Elland Road, scoring seventeen goals in his first full season.

The 23 year old has one year left on his current contract after signing from Leicester City in January 2010 for an undisclosed.

Gradel signed a one and a half year deal after enjoying a successful loan spell at Elland Road.

The tricky winger is ready to commit his future to Leeds and he is hoping to remain past the end of next season.

Speaking on the official website , Gradel said, "This is a massive club, it's the best I've been at and to play at a club like this is a dream. I want to keep playing at this club for a long time to come.
'We`ll go for it next season because we deserve to be in the Premiership."

Leeds still have an outside chance of reaching the end of season play offs but would need a big win at already crowned champions Queens Park Rangers on Saturday whilst Nottingham Forest would have to lose heavily at Crystal Palace.

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Date:Tuesday May 3 2011

Time: 9:14PM

 

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