🚨Crysencio Summerville, Leeds United’s star forward, has broken his silence after the team’s play-off defeat, addressing fans with a heartfelt message of empathy and regret


Leeds United’s star player, Crysencio Summerville, has broken his silence on the team’s play-off disappointment, promising that the team will return stronger next season.

The 22-year-old winger, who was named Championship Player of the Season, was instrumental in 28 goals last season and is expected to attract significant transfer interest this summer.

Despite having two years left on his contract at Elland Road, Summerville does not have an escape clause tied to the team’s second-tier status, meaning any interested clubs will need to negotiate a deal that suits the board and Paraag Marathe.

The chairman has acknowledged that sales will be necessary this summer to boost the financial fair play picture, and Summerville, who was a cheap arrival in 2020, is one of the assets that could command a significant profit.

Taking to Instagram, Summerville expressed his gratitude for the support and hinted at a bright future for the team. “Thank you all for the love and support,” he said. “At the end, it was a disappointing end to the season, and it still hurts, but we will come back stronger.”

If Summerville were to stay for another season in the Championship, his transfer value would likely diminish significantly in 2025 unless he signs a new contract.

If he is allowed to enter the final 12 months of his deal, Leeds might face smaller bids due to the pressure to sell before losing him for free in 2026.

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