Leeds are reportedly eager to bring midfielder Lewis Cook back to the club on-loan just three months after leaving for Bournemouth.
The 19-year-old was a key figure with the West Yorkshire outfit as he made 80 appearances after breaking into the first team in 2014.
The midfielder’s exploits led to interest from a number of Premier League clubs and Bournemouth won the race for his services.
Cook has not been handed too many opportunities on the south coast, making just one Premier League appearance and gaining two outings in the EFL Cup.
The arrival of Jack Wilshere on-loan from Arsenal over the summer has dented Cook’s chances of regular football.
Reports claim that Leeds are looking to bring him back on-loan in January and the Cherries may be willing to accept their terms as they look to get the youngster more game time.