Leeds United have struggled to settle upon a number one goalkeeper this season.
Leeds United fans are messaging Rob Green on social media website Twitter, asking for him to return to Elland Road.
Leeds sold Green to Huddersfield Town during the summer transfer window, but they do not appear to have upgraded their goalkeeping options.
The Whites opted to bring in Felix Wiedwald and Andy Lonergan over the previous transfer window, but whether either of the pair are at Green’s standard is very much up for debate.
Lonergan has spent his entire career in England, but he has never played at the same level at Green.
Although Lonergan has been relatively solid in goal for Leeds so far, he perhaps doesn’t have the same quality as his predecessor.
Wiedwald, meanwhile, has looked very shaky since arriving in Yorkshire - with the German stopper now falling out of favour.
Wiedwald was selected to start for Leeds against Leicester City in the League Cup last night, but he again put in a poor display, as Christiansen's side slipped to a 3-1 defeat.
And Leeds fans are now begging Green to come back, as they feel that the 37-year-old stopper could still have had something to offer them.
@Robert1Green I miss you when can you come back to Leeds— dudemeister (@xjack_daly) October 24, 2017
Fancy coming back yet please mate— Matthew Smailes (@matty_smailes_8) October 25, 2017