Leeds consider United option to bolster squad – report

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Manchester United keeper Tomasz Kuszczak is a target for Leeds, according to the Daily Mail, with the 29-year-old set to replace Paul Rachubka after his errors contributed to the side’s 5-0 loss to Blackpool during the week.

Kuszczak has struggled for game time with the emergence of David De Gea, and is reportedly hoping to leave Old Trafford in the January transfer window.

And even though United and Leeds are massive rivals, the stopper is being courted by Leeds manager Simon Grayson, after Rachubka committed one to many blunders for the side this season.

Reading keeper Alex McCarthy is also reportedly on Leeds’ radar, but with Kuszczak’s experience at United, the npower Championship side see the Poland international as the perfect addition as they aim to get back into the top-tier.

But Kuszczak’s defection will certainly make for some angry United fans, making encounters between the two great rivals.

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