Ell and back
David Healy could be on his way back to Leeds United.
The Elland Road side have signalled they are ready to offer the Northern Ireland goalscoring legend another chance to revive his career at 31.
Healy previously quit Leeds for Fulham, under Lawrie Sanchez, and then Sunderland.
But he has struggled to recapture his 35-goal Northern Ireland international record scoring form at club level.
Currently he is back at Sunderland after two months on loan at Doncaster Rovers, where he scored only two goals.
But Championship outfit Leeds haven’t forgotten that Healy scored 29 goals in 111 games for them and are ready to recruit him again for their big push for a return to the Premier League.
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