🚨JUST IN : In a recent update, respected transfer journalist Fabrizio Romano has revealed that Leeds United’s key player is expected to leave the club in the near future


Leeds United’s Crysencio Summerville is expected to leave Elland Road in the coming weeks and months. This follows the team’s failure to secure promotion to the Premier League, which has led to financial constraints. Leeds United chairman Paraag Marathe has confirmed that the team will need to sell players to balance their books, which currently show a £190 million debt in transfer fees.

Summerville is the most likely to depart, with Liverpool and Chelsea both expressing interest in the Dutch player. However, Liverpool has reportedly decided not to pursue their interest, leaving Chelsea as a potential buyer. Summerville’s impressive performance last season, where he scored 21 goals and provided 10 assists, has made him a valuable asset for any team.

Another player who may be leaving Leeds United is Willy Gnonto, who is reportedly keen on returning to Italian football. Gnonto joined Leeds United in 2022 after leaving Inter Milan for Zurich.

The potential sales of Summerville and Gnonto would be a significant loss for Leeds United, as they are both key players for the team. However, the team’s financial situation may leave them with no choice but to sell. The fees for the two players are expected to be in the region of £30-40 million, which would help Leeds United alleviate some of their financial burden.

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