🚨Sources have confirmed that Leeds United is prepared to accept an appropriate offer for their talented winger Crysencio Summerville, who was recently named Championship Player of the Season


Leeds United have reluctantly accepted that they will likely lose their star player, Crysencio Summerville, this summer, with sources revealing that an exit for the 22-year-old is now “inevitable”. Summerville’s impressive form in the 2023-24 campaign, which saw him score 21 goals and provide 10 assists in 49 appearances, has attracted significant interest from top clubs.

Despite Leeds’ efforts to retain their talented young player, the failure to secure promotion to the Premier League has left the club with no choice but to consider offers for Summerville. The Netherlands Under-21 international has become Leeds’ most valuable asset, and his departure is seen as a necessary evil to help the club address its financial struggles.

Leeds United faces a significant challenge in the summer transfer window, with a staggering £150 million needed in player sales to balance the books. The club’s financial situation is precarious, with debts of £190 million from transfers made during the Andrea Radrizzani era and a £33.7 million loss reported in their latest financial accounts.

Summerville, who joined Leeds from Feyenoord in 2020, is under contract until June 2026, but the club is bracing itself for offers from top clubs. His departure would be a significant blow to Daniel Farke’s side, which finished third in the Championship this season and faces another year in the second tier starting on August 10.

The loss of Summerville would be a huge setback for Leeds, but the club’s financial situation leaves them with little choice but to consider offers for their star player. With interest from top clubs already mounting, it seems inevitable that Summerville will leave Elland Road this summer, leaving Leeds to rebuild and refocus for another promotion push.

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