Danns returns to Leicester

Leicester midfielder Neil Danns has returned to the King Power Stadium following his loan spell at Bristol City.

Last Updated: 03/01/13 at 19:12 Post Comment

Neil Danns: Leaves Bristol City to return to Leicester

Neil Danns: Leaves Bristol City to return to Leicester

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Danns spent two months with the Foxes' Championship rivals, making nine appearances and scoring two goals for Derek McInnes' side.

Should Danns struggle for first-team opportunities on his return to Leicester, Robins boss McInnes would have the 30-year-old back at Ashton Gate.

He told his club's official website: "Neil has returned to Leicester now and has to see where he is at there.

"If Neil became available again, either on loan or permanently, then I think we'd be at the front of the queue."

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