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According to The Daily Mail, Leeds United, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Crystal Palace and Swansea City are interested in signing Reading forward Danny Loader in the summer transfer window.

Loader is out of contract at Reading this summer, and the Royals have had to withdraw an offer of a new deal worth £9000 per week due to the economic problem caused by the global health crisis, according to the report.

Reading’s Championship rivals Leeds and Swansea, as well as Premier League duo Palace and Wolves are interested in signing the 19-year-old, it has been claimed.

The report in The Daily Mail has added that Wolves have tried to sign the teenager in the past two transfer windows and will be at the front of the queue this time around.




According to WhoScored, Loader has made one start and six substitute appearances in the Championship for Reading so far this season.

The England Under-20 international – described as “a very talented young player” by Reading manager Mark Bowen in Get Reading in November 2019 – also scored one goal in three FA Cup matches and played twice in the EFL Cup for the Royals this campaign, according to WhoScored.

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