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Leeds United transfer target Paul Robinson is understood to be reluctant to leave his current club Bolton Wanderers.

The 33-year-old has not played for Wanderers since January 17 when he appeared as a substitute in an FA Cup replay against Macclesfield Town, and he is behind Sam Ricketts in the fight for selection at left-back.

His prospects under manager Owen Coyle seem to be diminishing further with youngster Marcos Alonso returning from a foot injury.

Leeds are one of a number of Championship clubs who have enquired about Robinson’s availability, and Wanderers appear willing to send him out on loan with his deal at the Reebok Stadium due to expire in the summer, but the former West Bromwich Albion defender could choose to remain with his parent club.

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