Rae trained with Blackburn Rovers earlier in the summer, but re-appeared in Leeds colours for the friendly at Tadcaster Albion last week - where he was again named among the substitutes.
That raised questions as to whether the Scottish teenager could remain at Elland Road after all.
But his inclusion in Huddersfield's side this evening suggests he won't be sticking around.
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Leeds had goalkeepers Kiko Casilla and Kamil Miazek unavailable against Tadcaster, with both players having travelled with the bulk of Marcelo Bielsa's first team to Australia.
And it is understood that another shot-stopper, Bailey Peacock-Farrell, missed out due to injury.
That, seemingly, is what prompted Leeds to turn to Rae, along with the released former Sunderland goalkeeper, Max Johnstone, to make up numbers.
Huddersfield have returned to the Championship after two seasons away, and are set renew their rivalry with West Yorkshire rivals, Leeds.
Should Leeds be keeping hold of Rae?
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