NEWS NOW; The future of the returning loanees is once again going to be a big topic at Leeds United this summer.

This summer, Leeds United’s returning loanees will undoubtedly be a hot topic again. Following their club’s relegation from the Premier League a year ago, eight first team players chose to use the loan clause in their contracts and move on. Only Luis Sinisterra and Robin Koch were able to secure permanent exits, meaning Leeds are back at the bottom. Despite Leeds’ inability to win promotion, only two of the six loanees have the option to leave temporarily again, with chairman Paraag Marathe confirming the club is in a stronger position this time around. Jack Harrison is undoubtedly one of them and is anticipated to return to Everton, while Marc Roca is is thought to be the other. He looks likely for a second loan spell at Real Betis.

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With the future of Harrison and Roca looking clearer, that leaves just Max Wober, Brenden Aaronson, Rasmus Kristensen and Diego Llorente.



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