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That appears to be something that you'd need a professional auto upholsterer to fix for you, as I am unaware of any off-the-shelf products you could use to fix that problem. The damaged area needs to be filled and then colour-matched to the leather.
You might like to check out this discussion: Leather lounge repair job.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
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