Lewie Coyle has left Leeds United on loan to join Fleetwood Town – and some of the club’s supporters on Twitter believe he should have been sold on a permanent basis this summer.
The Whites confirmed on their official website that the defender has rejoined League One Club Fleetwood on a short-term loan until January.
He’s now linking up with them for a third spell and has already played 93 first-team games for them.
The right-back has come out of the academy at Elland Road and played 23 senior matches for the Yorkshire club, but not featured in the plans of current manager Marcelo Bielsa.
Coyle will exit once again on loan for the new campaign and it will be intriguing to see what the future holds for him in the New Year.
The 23-year-old has become a key player during his time at Fleetwood, while his path into the first-team during Bielsa’s reign is blocked.
Luke Ayling is currently the preferred option at right-back, while Gaetano Berardi and Jamie Shackleton can also play that role.
A selection of Leeds supporters on social media have responded to Coyle’s latest loan to urge the club to let him leave permanently.
Here are some Leeds fans commenting on Coyle:
Getting stupid now, view to permanent should be a must he probably there longest serving player
— 2019 Leeds United (@2019LeedsUnited) July 5, 2019
What’s the point, just get rid permanently if we have no plans for the kid
— Michael (@HoystyM) July 5, 2019
JUST SELL THE POOR BLOKE FFS
— 🧽 (@ellandread) July 5, 2019
Must be due a testimonial this lad
— MMLUFC (@Michael46041497) July 5, 2019
why not just sell him at this point
— Lucas Gibson (@LucasG1998) July 5, 2019
Might as well sell him, lads been loaned everywhere , needs a club to settle at , probably sell him to Fleetwood after 6 months
— James (@jimmy_L_UFC) July 5, 2019
3rd loan to them now. If he isn’t good enough for us just sell him
— Ryan Turner (@RyanTurner1995) July 5, 2019
He’s going to play his full career on loan at Fleetwood
— Nathan Wilson (@nathan10wilson) July 5, 2019
Is this some kind of torture? Let the guy leave
— Simon Hall (@hallsi1987) July 5, 2019