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LUFC Grayson not ruling out Keogh deal

Leeds United boss Simon Grayson has not ruled out a deal to bring Andy Keogh back to Elland Road during the January transfer window.

Reports on Thursday suggested that Leeds could not afford to bring in Keogh on a permanent deal, with Wolves looking to sell the Republic of Ireland international during January.

Grayson is not ruling out a move to bring Keogh back to Elland Road, who is due to return to Wolves after the game with Burnley on Monday.

Speaking in the Yorkshire Evening Post , Grayson said, "Wolves are looking to do permanent business and they wouldn`t be loaning him back out again until the end of the window.

"I`ve got funds to strengthen and I`ve got to analyse where the most crucial areas are but that`s not to say we won`t do anything with Andy."


Keogh has made 23 appearances since arriving in August, scoring just two goals.

The striker started his career at Elland Road before being sold by then manager Kevin Blackwell to Scunthorpe United in 2005.

The 25 year old expressed his desire to remain at Elland Road recently in the Yorkshire Evening Post when he said, 'I love the club and in an ideal world, I`d like to stay.

'It`s up to the club and my agent will start speaking to them soon and to Wolves to see what the story is and we`ll just go from there. I`ll listen to what they have got to say.

'Leeds is a great club. It`s the first club I signed for as a youngster and holds a place in my heart and I`m really enjoying my time here and it`s a great dressing room."


Keogh was a regular in the starting line-up in his first three months at Elland Road but he has started just one of the last six games.

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Date:Friday December 30 2011

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