LUFC Former loan player on the move again
Sanchez Watt, who had two spells on loan with Leeds United, is on the move again.
The Arsenal player has joined League Two pace setters Crawley Town on loan until the end of the season.
The 20 year old signed a new deal at the Emirates earlier this season but he has not featured for the first team this season.
Watt spent the whole of last season at Elland Road from Arsenal making 26 appearances.
He originally joined Leeds towards the end of 2009/10 season and helped Leeds win promotion from League One, making six appearances.
He was once again linked with a return to Elland Road in the summer but it failed to materialise.
Watt has starred for the Arsenal reserve team this season, netting seven times in nine reserve team games this season.
The attacking midfielder had recently returned to the Emirates having spent two months on loan at Sheffield Wednesday where he made just four appearances.
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