Republic of Ireland international goalkeeper Paddy Kenny is expected to be reignited with former manager Neil Warnock at Leeds United later this week according to the daily mail
Former QPR boss Warnock has been given the green light to pursue a move for Kenny whom he has previously worked with at Loftus Road and at Sheffield United.
Talks are taking place between both clubs with Leeds hoping to push through a deal for Kenny later this week with a number of other clubs monitoring the keeper’s situation.
Should Kenny complete a move to Elland Road he will join up with his Ireland team-mate Paul Green who recently signed for Leeds from Derby County.
Meanwhile another former Ireland international on the move is Gary Doherty who has completed a permanent move to Wycombe Wanderers from Charlton Athletic for an undisclosed fee.
The Donegal born centre-half began his career at Luton Town before enjoying successful spells at Tottenham Hotspur and Norwich City.