Bournemouth outcast Max Gradel reiterates his love for Leeds United during a Twitter conversation

Ever since rupturing an anterior cruciate ligament against Leicester City last year, Bournemouth wide man Max Gradel has struggled to establish himself as a regular at Bournemouth with the former St.Etienne winger making just 14 appearances in all competitions for the Cherries this season.

The winger’s struggles at the Vitality Stadium have seen him linked with numerous moves away from the club despite only joining them in the summer transfer window.

Gradel on his part has done little to quell the speculations openly stating his desire for a move away from Bournemouth. The winger once more fuelled speculations linking him of a move away to Championship side Leeds united after his latest Twitter activity.

With BBC Sport reporting that Gradel was looking for a move away, one Leeds fan posted a message for Gradel that the Leeds fan still loved him. The post prompted a quick reply from Gradel who took the opportunity to reiterate his love for Leeds United.

Gradel a fan favourite during his time at Leeds, last played for Leeds United between 2009 and 2012 scoring 25 goals in 85 appearances for the Whites.

Check out the tweet in question below –




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