Borthwick-Jackson Joins Leeds United On Loan

  • Borthwick-Jackson Joins Leeds United On Loan

Borthwick-Jackson Joins Leeds United On Loan

Cameron Borthwick-Jackson has become Leeds United's latest signing, joining on a season-long loan from Manchester United.

Borthwick-Jackson spent the first half of the last campaign on loan at Wolverhampton Wanderers.

Cameron Borthwick-Jackson has suggested to LUTV that Leeds fans should not expect any nervy displays from him following his loan switch from Manchester United as he does not suffer from nerves while playing.

Dean Saunders has taken a swipe at Leeds United for the way in which the club has sacked managers over recent years.

Borthwick-Jackson played 14 times for Louis van Gaal but his career has since stalled.

The defender has been unable to force his way into Jose Mourinho's plans and failed to impress at Wolves last season.

Leeds won 3-2 away at Bolton Wanderers in their opening Championship fixture on Sunday.

The young left-back underwent a medical at Leeds on Friday night and all the details of his move to Elland Road have been completed for the Whites to announce his signature. But let's hope CBJ has a great season at Leeds and proves us all wrong - there are few things better than a local lad breaking into the big time.

Borthwick-Jackson is not the only academy star to have gone on loan to the Championship this season; goalkeeper Sam Johnstone signed for promotion contenders Aston Villa on a season-long loan and made his competitive debut during the Villans' 1-1 draw with Hull City on Saturday.