is reporting that Sanchez Watt may be set for a return to Elland Road as Arsene Wenger looks to find the 19-year-old winger some match experience away from the Emirates.

Watt joined Leeds United on loan on the 25th of March last season and went on to make six appearances for the Whites, which included a late introduction in the 2-1 promotion clinching win over Bristol Rovers. His pace, skill and flair made him an instant hit with the Elland Road faithful and there’s been much speculation about his possible return all summer.

Sanchez Watt celebrates promotion to the Championship with Beckford and Johnson

With the flexibility to play on both wings and as a striker, Sanchez Watt could go straight in to the starting line-up for our opening game against Derby County with both Robert Snodgrass and Billy Paynter out injured.

Simon Grayson has remained tight-lipped about the possibility of a return for the Arsenal youngster, but has made no secrets of his desire to bring some more quality players in.

Elsewhere, Leeds United have announced that Robert Snodgrass’ injury isn’t as bad as we feared and that the winger will be out for a matter of weeks, not months.