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LUFC McDermott making progress

Leeds United boss Brian McDermott says he is making progress in his search to bring new players to the club this summer.

McDermott said at the end of the season that he was hoping to have new players in to the club by the time the players returned for pre-season training on June 27th and that he had six or seven targets in mind. The new Leeds boss has now returned from his holiday and he is looking to get deals over the line.
Speaking in the Yorkshire Evening Post , McDermott said,"We`re making progress and we`ve had conversations with the agents of a few players. It`s preliminary at the moment but it`s not a secret that I`m looking to move things forward quickly.

"For me it`s very straightforward in the sense that my targets are my targets and I know what I`m looking to get. But I don`t really want to talk about being close to this or close to that because the important thing is getting deals over the line."


One player who is available is Jerome Thomas after Premier League side West Bromwich Albion released the winger today. Thomas spent a short spell on loan at Leeds United under former boss Neil Warnock last season making seven appearances and scoring one goal.

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Date:Wednesday May 22 2013

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