Leeds confirm early end to Borthwick-Jackson loan deal
Leeds United have confirmed that Cameron Borthwick-Jackson’s loan spell with the club has been ended early.
The full-back has returned to his parent club Manchester United after failing to secure a first-team spot in Thomas Christiansen's side.
In a statement, Leeds United said:
'Borthwick-Jackson joined Leeds back in August and went on to make six appearances for the Whites.
We would like to thank Cameron for his efforts during his time at the club.'
Reading have previously been linked with a move for Borthwick-Jackson, with Manchester United wanting the full-back to play more regularly.
Reading boss Jaap Stam is on the look for a left-back during the January transfer window.
Stam wanted the England under-20 international in the summer but Leeds were considered a better option at the time.
Championship rivals Fulham have also been reported to be interested in signing the youngster.