Liverpool midfielder James Milner has talked up the possibility of a return to former club Leeds United in his latest interview with the Daily Express.
James Milner is in the final year of his contract at Liverpool.
The England international came through the ranks at English Championship outfit Leeds United before he went on to make his debut for the first team as a young winger.
James Milner still has a soft spot for Leeds United and has hinted that he could return to Elland Road once he leaves Liverpool, his current club.
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The 33-year-old could leave Liverpool in the New Year when his current contract expires next summer.
James Milner is the vice-captain to skipper Jordan Henderson at Liverpool but its not certain that he would be given a new deal at the end of his current contract.
He was part of the Liverpool squad that won the Champions League title at the end of last season.
James Milner was also part of the team that won the UEFA Super Cup earlier this season via the penalty win over fellow Premier League side Chelsea.
Leeds United are in the second tier of English football and are in a battle to secure promotion to the top flight.