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LEEDS UNITED chairman Professor John McKenzie has revealed the club have until January to decide whether they want to sign their loan stars.

The Whites currently have a number of players on loan, and should they impress, the club then have the option of bringing them in permanently

Fees between £2 million to £3 million have been agreed for the likes of Lamine Sakho, Zoumana Camara and Didier Domi, who have all featured so far.

Sakho and Camara have made an immediate impact at Elland, scoring in the club's 3-2 win over Middlesbrough, while Cyril Chapuis, Salomon Olembe and Roque Junior are all recent arrivals.

Although money is still extremely tight at the club, due to massive debts, McKenzie will do all he can to find the cash, should manager Peter Reid want to purchase any player.

"I am now looking at who might be coming in. If one, two or three of the French lads come up trumps then I will have to work out how we are going to bring them in permanently," said McKenzie to the Yorkshire Post.

"We have them on loan here for a whole year but if we want them at a specific price then we have to announce our intent to buy in January.

"It will obviously depend on whether Peter wants to keep them but it will then be down to me to try and find the money required.

"The club has stabilised in recent months so now we have to be able to build for the future."

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