On loan Leeds United man open to permanent move from club – Leeds keen to sell

Reports have emerged regarding Coyle’s situation, with journalist Tom Sandells stating that Coyle would be keen to make a permanent move to Fleetwood Town, adding that the academy graduate is aware of the Whites’ plans to sell him in the upcoming transfer window.

Coyle has spent the last two and a half years out on loan away from Leeds United, all being spent with League One side Fleetwood Town. And despite his strong performances for the Cod Army, the club are keen for him to leave on a permanent basis this winter.

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Coyle has played a total of 113 times for the Cod Army along the way, providing 14 assists in the process. The 24-year-old has shown versatility in his time with Fleetwood, playing at right-back, right-midfield and even in the middle of the park as a centre-back or central midfielder on a few occasions.


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