LUFC Warnock looking to loan more out
Leeds United boss Neil Warnock will be looking to loan more players out next week before the loan window closes.
Warnock has now had a month to look at his squad of players and he has already started to slim the squad.
Speaking on the official website, Warnock said, "There`s one or two who could go out, but I just need to make sure we are okay for the weekend and then maybe look next week."
Since Warnock`s arrival, loan players Fabian Delph, Andros Townsend and Adam Smith have all returned to their parent clubs.
Goalkeeper Paul Rachubka (Leyton Orient) is out on loan until April 6th.
This week Maik Taylor (Millwall) and Lloyd Sam (Notts County) were loan out for the remainder of the season.
A number of players have already been loaned out this season and they are still making no impact on the first team squad.
Billy Paynter (Brighton), Ben Parker (Carlisle), Alex Cairns (Barrow) and Charlie Taylor (Bradford) have all had spells out on loan already this season.
The loan transfer window closes on Friday 24th March.
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