Former Dundee United star Barry Douglas says he would consider a return to Scotland following his time with Leeds United.

The left-back spent the 2020/21 season on loan at Blackburn Rovers in the English Championship and his departure from parent club Leeds United has been formally announced. Douglas started his career with Queen’s Park before moving to Dundee United and he has had spells in Poland and Turkey.

Leeds United v Hull City - Carabao Cup Second Round

Douglas has left Leeds United. (Photo by Phil Noble – Pool/Getty Images)

Douglas has also starred for Wolves and is fondly remembered by Leeds United for helping them achieve promotion back to the Premier League. But now a move north could beckon (YEP): “It depends what opportunities present themselves. As a family it would be a lot more difficult [to go abroad] now, we’ve got a newborn and a toddler.

“Kayden is three next month, obviously we need to take that into consideration now. But we’d definitely be open to trying something new and getting out of the comfort zone. If it’s a new culture and a new language again absolutely.

“But if it’s domestic, great. This is a great league (the Championship), a tough league and it would be lovely to try to add a third promotion to the CV.”

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