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‘Absolutely not’, ‘Perhaps’ – Should Leeds United look to sign this £900k-rated winger?



Newcastle and Southampton are keeping tabs on former Leeds United player Alfonso Pedraza, according to reports.

The 21-year-old was brought in on loan by former Whites boss Garry Monk, and he went on to make 14 appearances, scoring one goal for the Yorkshire side.

He showed glimpses of his potential, and clearly has ability – but he needs to make it more consistent.

Currently on loan at Alaves from Villareal, the £900k-rated winger does have a buy-out clause.

Should Leeds look to lure the Spanish midfielder back to Elland Road?

We take a look….

Alfie Burns

Absolutely not. It’s as simple as that.

Pedraza was not good enough last season after his arrival in January, and Leeds should not look to bring him back to Elland Road.

It is the beginning of a new era under Thomas Christiansen, and Leeds have far better options than they did last season.

George Dagless

He’d certainly fit the style.

Pedraza was decent enough for Leeds last year on loan – if a little lightweight, and that might just put any potential move once more into doubt.

I think he’d fit in with the likes of Samuel Saiz and Ezgjan Alioski but I’m not sure whether or not the Whites really need him.

They should be looking for more physical players.

Chris Gallagher

Perhaps, it would be interesting to see him in the current setup.

The Spanish winger joined on loan with a future fee of around £8.5m mooted, so clearly he is very talented.

Even though it didn’t exactly go to plan, 14 games is not long enough to adapt to a new country and style, particularly mid-season.

With the way Thomas Christiansen plays it would suit his style and he may have produced much better performances under the current regime.

ScoopDragon Football News Network

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