JUST IN : The player in question who has been honing his skills away from Elland Road will now make his way back to Leeds United to continue his career with the club


Victor Orta’s loan army is set to return to Leeds United, but with varying degrees of uncertainty surrounding their futures. While Brenden Aaronson has confirmed his return to Elland Road, Robin Koch and Luis Sinisterra have secured permanent moves to Eintracht Frankfurt and Bournemouth, respectively. However, the futures of Marc Roca, Rasmus Kristensen, Diego Llorente, Jack Harrison, and Maximilian Wober remain unclear.

Recent reports suggest that Wober is unlikely to sign a permanent deal with Gladbach, as Leeds are seeking a higher transfer fee than the German club is willing to pay. Leeds are reportedly requesting £10.2m for Wober, which is more than Gladbach’s offer. This development increases the likelihood of Wober’s return to Elland Road, where he impressed in the second half of the season after joining in January 2023.

Despite his impressive form, Wober’s decision to leave Leeds on loan at the first opportunity, despite captaining the team in a friendly match, left fans feeling frustrated. It is unlikely that Wober will want to play in the Championship, and Leeds are keen to sell him this summer. While earlier reports suggested a £14.5m price tag, the latest claim indicates that Leeds might accept a lower offer of £10.2m.

Leeds are confident that Wober’s form during the 2023-24 season will attract potential buyers, but a return to Gladbach seems unlikely. Instead, Wober may leave Leeds in the coming weeks and months to join a different European club. The futures of the other loan players remain uncertain, with Roca potentially returning to Yorkshire, Kristensen’s permanent Roma move in doubt, and Llorente’s future hanging in the balance as Roma considers a deal.

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