Monday, 15 August 2011
Andy Keogh Joins Leeds
Wolves striker Andy Keogh was today on his way back to Leeds in a loan move until January.
The 25-year-old, who travelled with the Wolves squad to Blackburn on Saturday, is returning to the club where he started his career.
Keogh becomes the 12th departure from Molineux this summer following the exit of David Jones, goalkeeper Marcus Hahnemann, Greg Halford, Nathan Rooney, Johnny Dunleavy, Michael Mancienne and Geoffrey Mujangi Bia.
Danny Batth, Scott Malone, Steven Mouyokolo and goalkeeper Carl Ikeme have also been loaned out.
Wolves chief executive Jez Moxey told the Express & Star today: “Andy is going up there today and we’re doing some paperwork to let him go on a standard loan until the next window.
“I spoke to him yesterday and asked him what he wants to do and he’s prepared to go.”
Moxey added that the loan could become a permanent transfer but was a temporary agreement at the moment.
He said: “We are of the view that we would prefer a sale for his sake but Leeds need some help more than anything, so this loan is a good arrangement for everyone.
Posted by deano at 10:32