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Wolves to land Leacock-McLeod

Sky Sports understands that Wolverhampton Wanderers have agreed a deal a sign highly-rated Fulham youngster Mehki Leacock-McLeod.

Last Updated: 03/07/14 at 20:21 Post Comment

Kenny Jackett: Wolves boss buying into Mehki Leacock-McLeod's potential

Kenny Jackett: Wolves boss buying into Mehki Leacock-McLeod's potential

The teenager is a product of the Craven Cottage academy system, but is ready to try his luck outside of west London.

Capable of operating on either flank or as a deep-lying frontman, Leacock-McLeod’s versatility makes him a useful asset to any club.

Wolves are ready to buy into his potential, with it understood that a two-year contract awaits him at Molineux.

Kenny Jackett will be delighted to have an agreement in place, as he readies Wolves for a return to Championship competition in 2014/15.

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