Bravo eyes English return
By Mark Buckingham
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The 22-year-old arrived at Elland Road on loan from Real Madrid in January after being signed by Leeds' previous manager Terry Venables.
But since the appointment of Peter Reid as Venables' successor, the left back has not been given a look in and will return to Santiago Bernabeu at the end of the season.
He has not been deterred by his experience in The Premiership and is keen on playing in England next season if Real Madrid will allow him to depart.
Though Real are in no mood to sell Bravo, they are happy to permit him to leave the club on loan as the Spanish international cannot displace Roberto Carlos at left back.
Bravo concedes he has little chance of pinching the Brazilian's spot in the team and would be happy to return to England.
"I enjoyed my time in England and would love to play here again next season if I can't get into the team ahead of Roberto," said Bravo.
"I want to play football at the highest level possible and if that is in England that is not a problem to me."