🚨BREAKING NEWS : Leeds United Correspondent Addresses Possible Return of Loan Player


Max Wober has been very vocal about his future in recent weeks but he remains under contract at Leeds United and Nancy Froston has responded to the question of whether he could return to Elland Road.

Wober, 26, was one of eight players to exercise the off-season loan clause inserted into his contract by Victor Orta last summer, allowing him to leave the club on loan without Leeds could stop.

The Austria star has given his reasons for leaving Euro 2024 to join Daniel Farke’s old Gladbach team. He played 27 times for Gladbach in the 2024–2025 season, but was unable to play again due to injury.

But when he was fit he was first choice. Now Wober is currently at Euro 2024 and while he struggled and scored an own goal in Austria’s opener against France, he featured against the Netherlands last night in a 3-2 win.

Nancy Froston answers a question about Max Wober’s future

Froston took over from the legendary Phil Hay as The Athletic’s Leeds United writer ahead of the new campaign and what a time to take over with a busy summer on the horizon for the Leeds board.

Leeds have settled the futures of five of the eight players who left on loan last summer using Orta’s clause. But it remains entirely up in the air for Wober, Rasmus Kristensen and Diego Llorente.

Froston was asked on One Leeds Fan if Wober could follow Brenden Aaronson and return to Leeds. She responded by saying the door was open but she still expected Wober to leave Leeds.

“I wouldn’t put a lot of money on Brenden Aaronson coming back. I think that shows the door is open. Maybe they’ll come in, have a chat with Daniel Farke. Yeah, I’d still probably expect Wober to go”

Max Wober recently commented on his future at Leeds

With the 2024 European Championships approaching, it is to be expected that Wober and Farke could not chat. But it is clear Leeds want to sell, dropping their initial asking price from £14.5m to £12.5m, with Gladbach interested.

Wober recently told the German media that he has yet to hear anything from Leeds about his future and that this “radio silence” is likely to continue until Austria are relegated when Austria reach the last sixteen.

“There is complete radio silence on both sides at the moment. I heard from Leeds that there will be talks after the EC. They want me to focus on Austria for now,” said Wober.

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