Peterborough United have sealed the return of club legend and talented forward Lee Tomlin to the club, according to Peterborough Telegraph.

League One side Peterborough United have sealed the return of club legend and talented forward Lee Tomlin to the club on loan from Premiership side Cardiff City.

Lee Tomlin signed for Peterborough United for an undisclosed fee in August 2010. He went on to assist the team gain promotion with a hard working display against Huddersfield Town at Old Trafford, which Peterborough United won 3–0.

The attacker signed for Middlesbrough from the club in 2014 and went on to play for a host of clubs that include Bournemouth, Bristol City and Cardiff City. He had transfer fees of between £2.25 million and £3.5 million.

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Last season, he spent time on loan at Championship side Nottingham Forest, and it’s clear that he unwanted at Cardiff City in the Premier League.

Peterborough United manager Steve Evans told Peterborough Telegraph: “What a Christmas present for us all”

“Lee was a great player for Peterborough United and he went to play well for other clubs at Championship level.”

“We have today reached an agreement with Cardiff to take him on loan until the end of the season as soon as the transfer window opens.”

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“We will need to work on his match fitness, but he looked in great shape physically today and some of the things he did in training suggests he will be a great signing for us.”

Here is how Peterborough United fans react to return of club legend on loan –

https://twitter.com/Aricko19/status/1075073739988049927

https://twitter.com/Kyle_Irving13/status/1075072559664820226

https://twitter.com/NicoleTowler1/status/1075071342167371776

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