According to the Daily Star, Leeds are interested in bringing former striker Robbie Keane back to the club as they battle for automatic promotion.
Keane is 36 and without a club after leaving LA Galaxy in the summer and he’s made it clear he’d like to play in England again.
Keane played for Leeds back in the early noughties, scoring 19 goals in 56 games before a move to Tottenham where he later became a legend scoring over 100 Premier League goals.
Since Leeds he’s achieved a lot at Tottenham and Liverpool, whilst also becoming record goalscorer for Republic of Ireland and scoring 100 MLS goals for LA Galaxy.
With Leeds pushing for promotion, manager Garry Monk needs to add to his squad and they are overly reliant on Chris Wood for goals, with the New Zealander bagging 18 goals this season.
The experienced Irishman could make all the difference for the Whites, and here are TWO reasons why Keane would be a good signing for Leeds….