Leeds United's Lee Erwin set for Scottish return

HITC Sport understands Leeds United loan player is set to leave his Oldham loan spell.

Leeds United forward Lee Erwin is set for a move back to Scotland, HITC Sport understands.

The 22-year-old joined Oldham Athletic on a season-long loan in the summer, but he joined them to work under boss Steve Robinson - who was sacked this week.

Now Leeds are ready to recall Erwin from his loan spell at Boundary Park, and allow him to move back to his native Scotland on loan.

Brighton's Lewis Dunk and Leeds' Lee Erwin in actionBrighton's Lewis Dunk and Leeds' Lee Erwin in action

HITC Sport understands that a number of Scottish clubs are keen to take Erwin, who has played over 20 games for Oldham this season.

Patrick Thistle, St Johnstone and Kilmarnock are all keen, as is his former club Motherwell.

HITC Sport understands that Leeds still believe Erwin could have a long-term future at Elland Road, and want to make sure he is progressing as they want.

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