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Paul Robinson has said that bringing Lewis Cook back to Elland Road would be a brilliant signing for Leeds, with Bournemouth staring into the abyss of the Championship. 

Speculation about Leeds re-signing him kicked off when the club posted a throwback tweet to Cook scoring a spectacular goal for the Whites last week.

Plenty of fans responded to the tweet calling for his return.

Cook came up through the youth ranks at Leeds but was sold to Bournemouth in 2016 for a fee of just over £6m.

Bournemouth are in real trouble at the foot of the Premier League and were thrashed 4-1 by Newcastle at home on Wednesday night.

Talking exclusively to MOT Leeds News Robinson said that Cook would fit in well in a Leeds side in the Premier League.

“I think there will be some top sides that will be looking at him,” Robinson said.

“Bournemouth have got themselves in a bit of a predicament. It would be a great signing for Leeds if they could pull something like that off.

“He’s been there four seasons since he left. He’s a good player, I like him, he’s the type of player who would fit into a Leed side in the Premier League.

“He’s a hard worker, doesn’t score too many goals but puts a shift in and you know what you’re going to get from him.

“Whether it’s a nostalgic signing, whether it’s been touted because of that… he’s been at Leeds before, but he’s at the right age and of the right calibre.”

Cook would be a hugely popular signing with Leeds fans, who think Elland Road is his home.

His reported wages of £35k-a-week would be in the upper echelons of pay at Elland Road but not a problem.

It might be nostalgia from Leeds fans but he’s a player who could actually come back.

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