The Leeds United striker impressed in front of Bradford City’s manager in July.
The Leeds United striker Ryan Edmondson was considered as a potential loan signing for Bradford City in the summer transfer window, according to The Yorkshire Evening Post.
The Bradford manager Gary Bowyer was present when Edmondson scored a hat-trick for a Leeds XI against Tadcaster Albion at the start of pre-season,
The Bantams, though, have since signed another striker, Aramide Oteh, on a season-long loan from Queens Park Rangers.
And The YEP claims that a move for Edmondson, to Bradford or anywhere, ahead of Monday’s transfer deadline for League One and Two clubs is now ‘unlikely’.
Edmondson has scored prolifically for Leeds’ Under-23s since his 2017 move from York City, leading to two first-team appearances under Marcelo Bielsa.
But the strapping 18-year-old remains third in the Argentine’s pecking order, behind Patrick Bamford and Eddie Nketiah.
His former Leeds teammate Paudie O’Connor made a permanent move to Bradford earlier in the summer.