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McDermott - Reading won't sell Le Fondre to Leeds

Leeds United boss Brian McDermott says he does not expect Reading would want to sell striker Adam Le Fondre to Leeds.

McDermott has been linked with a move for the striker who he signed during his time at the Madejski Stadium. Le Fondre, who is Reading`s leading goalscorer this season despite making most of his appearances from the substitutes bench, recently said he would consider a move in a bid to gain regular first team football.

The Leeds boss was asked about Le Fondre during his weekly press conference, saying, "I don`t think Reading would sell Adam Le Fondre to Leeds.

"I don`t think it would happen, whether I wanted him or not. He is a Reading player, nothing to do with me. It is all speculation."
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McDermott is still keen to add to his squad and a striker could be high on the agenda with Matt Smith ruled out for the next three games through suspension.

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Writer: Dazza71 Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday January 16 2014

Time: 8:41PM

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Well if he was coming to leeds he could be in the premier league next season getting regular football cos he is a good goal scorer especially with a strike partner like mccormack them two with good support from a decent mid field could do wonderful things I think john parkin over and out MOT FOREVER AND EVER
john p1
Whilst he does well from the bench, he rarely does well when he starts. We need a striker who can play 90 minutes.
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