The Premier League is obviously richly competitive, not as an entire division, with a huge gulf in class between the top and bottom teams, but in little pockets throughout the table, meaning clubs are inherently risk averse.
Championship play-off semi fianlists Leeds United were reportedly hoping to sign former Elland Road star Lennon from Premier League Burnley.
Burnley winger Aaron Lennon is closing in on a return to action.
West Ham United’s Robert Snodgrass and Burnley’s Aaron Lennon are former Leeds United players.
Championship promotion hopefuls Leeds United are reportedly keen to bring Lennon back to Elland Road from Premier League Burnley.
Championship Premier League chasers Leeds United are reportedly considering a move to re-sign Aaron Lennon from Sean Dyche's Clarets.
Harrison is currently on loan at Leeds from Manchester City.
Leeds United are reportedly keen on Burnley winger Aaron Lennon.
Leeds United are said to be interested in both Daniel James and Aaron Lennon.
Leeds United are reportedly interested in bringing Aaron Lennon back to Elland Road in the summer.
Arsenal and Liverpool are due to face off against each other at the weekend, with Unai Emery's and Jurgen Klopp's sides unbeaten so far.
Leeds United are unbeaten after four Championship games.
Leeds United enhanced their promotion credentials on Wednesday night.
Leeds United won 1-0 against Brentford last night, with Marcelo Bielsa's side getting a late winner.
Leeds United fans have a new hero.
Tottenham Hotspur boss Mauricio Pochettino has opted to loan Jack Roles to Cambridge United, to get him regular game-time.
The Liverpool boss admitted that he could leave Anfield in the next two or three years.
Illan Meslier made his first appearance for Leeds United in their opening under-23 game of the new season.
Celtic are heavily linked with a move for the Norway international.
Can Leeds United's Patrick Bamford finish as the Championship's top-scorer this season?
Wolverhampton Wanderers' fine start to their campaign has raised expectations within the club.
Leeds are finally stable - and can offer Aaron Lennon the environment he needs to get back to enjoying his football once again.
Ronald Koeman has said Everton will give Aaron Lennon all the time he needs to recover from a stress-related illness and insisted Premier League clubs do provide support for players with mental health problems.