After a disappointing weekend for Leeds United, they’ve been perked up by the news this morning that Max Gradel wants to leave AFC Bournemouth.
Gradel started his career at Leicester City in 2006 before a loan move to Leeds United in 2009, where he was a hit in his 14 appearances and joined the club permanently in January 2010
He made over 60 appearances and scored 22 goals before leaving for Saint Etienne in 2011, and after a stellar season in Ligue 1 joined former loan club Bournemouth.
With the re-emergence of the likes of Marc Pugh and Ryan Fraser out wide for Bournemouth this season, Gradel has found game time hard to come by and is looking for a move away this summer.
Leeds fans are eager to see him return – some did hope they could bring him back following his excellent season with Saint Etienne in 2014/15.
But with Gradel angling for a move, they believe the time for a reunion is now:
— Andy Linfoot (@andylinfoot13) April 18, 2017
— Ben Randall (@leeds_ben) April 18, 2017
Don't know why he bothered with Bournemouth. Come back to Leeds where you belong
— Carlos la Tortuga (@jackfuters) April 18, 2017
. @andrearadri if you make one signing make it this man please!
— Sean #1 (@Slimbrick24) April 18, 2017
Max love you too
— Maxi Alain Gradel (@maxigr04del) April 18, 2017
Leeds fans… Could you bring Gradel back? Let us know in the comments below.