🚨BREAKING NEWS : Pundit makes claim on Leeds United star


Former Leeds United goalkeeper Paul Robinson has urged the club to hold out for a higher price than £35m for star player Crysencio Summerville, who has been linked with a move to several Premier League clubs.

Summerville, 22, had an impressive season with Leeds, scoring 21 goals and providing 10 assists in all competitions. Despite his impressive form, he was unable to make an impact in the play-off final against Southampton, but his overall performances have attracted interest from top-flight clubs.

Robinson believes that £35m is a cheap price for a player of Summerville’s quality and achievements, and that Leeds should aim to secure a higher fee, especially considering the player’s age and potential for growth. He suggests that the club should include add-ons in any potential deal, tied to individual and team achievements, to ensure that they benefit from Summerville’s future success.

While Leeds may face a challenge in generating more than £35m for Summerville, the club’s valuation of the player is likely to be higher given his impressive performances and the interest from top-flight clubs.

With two years left on his contract, Leeds are in a strong position to negotiate a good price for the player, and Robinson’s comments highlight the importance of securing a fair deal for a player who has been instrumental in the team’s success.

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