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Leeds United 'preparing double swoop on Aston Villa'

Aston Villa pair Ross McCormack and Tommy Elphick are reportedly targets for fellow Championship side Leeds United.
By , Football League Correspondent | 9mo

Leeds United are tempted to make a double raid on Championship rivals Aston Villa for Ross McCormack and Tommy Elphick, according to a report.

McCormack has revived his career in Australia by scoring seven goals in his last five outings on loan at Melbourne City, while Elphick has been in and out of the Villans' starting lineup.

Both players arrived at Villa Park in 2016, but The Sun suggests that their time may be up as Leeds are weighing up a double bid worth £7m.

United had McCormack on their books between 2010 and 2014, with the striker netting 58 goals during that time before moving on to Fulham and then Villa.

Elphick, given a run in the side during John Terry's recent injury layoff, has previously spent time at Brighton & Hove Albion and Bournemouth.


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