Report: Leeds United target Liam Moore available on loan

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Leicester City defender Liam Moore is reportedly on the radar of Championship club Leeds United.

Leicester City will allow Leeds United target Liam Moore to go out on loan next season, according to The Sun.

The British tabloid claim that the defender will struggle to break into the Leicester first team in the 2014-15 campaign.

It has also been reported that the 22-year-old “will be offered to Championship sides” by Premier League outfit Leicester.

This will come as good news to West Yorkshire outfit Leeds, who want to sign Moore in the summer transfer window.

HITC Sport reported last week that the Whites’ newly-appointed head coach Uwe Rosler has made defender Moore one of his top transfer targets.

Leeds are looking for a new centre-back, and the Leicester man is someone who would suit Rosler’s plans for the 2015-16 campaign.

Rosler has worked with Moore at his former club Brentford, and he is keen on signing the youngster for Leeds.

The fact that Leicester are happy for Moore to go out on loan will also suit Leeds, as this means that the Whites will not have to pay any transfer fee.

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