Norwich City striker Luciano Becchio is desperate to move back to the club that he considers to be his home, according to his agent, as reported by the Yorkshire Evening Post.
Becchio moved to Norwich almost two years ago, after the Whites agreed a deadline day deal which saw them swap him for Steve Morison.
Both players have struggled at the clubs they moved to, and now Becchio is keen to return to Elland Road in the January transfer window.
Becchio was reported by the Yorkshire Evening Post to be one of Neil Redfearn’s preferred signings this month, and despite the transfer embargo plaguing the club, Becchio is a realistic target.
The Yorkshire club can only sign players on a temporary basis, and the Argentinian striker would undoubtedly be willing to drop his wage demands to secure a switch back to Leeds.
Having returned to Norwich early due to injury after a loan spell at Rotherham, Becchio is now thought to be fully fit.
His agent, Horacio Rossi told Press Association Sport: “Leeds is Luciano’s home and if they want to sign him they know where we are.
“Leeds is always going to be a special club for Luciano. It’s a club that he loves.
“If they want to sign him they know where we are.”