Leeds United winger Hadi Sacko has switched clubs for the remainder of the season, cutting short his spell in Spain at Las Palmas and moving to Turkish side Ankaragucu, it has been confirmed by the Whites.
Sacko, 24, joined Leeds on a permanent basis in June 2017 having spent the previous season there on loan, but following the appointment of Marcelo Bielsa it became clear Sacko was not in his plans, when he was not given a squad number and a loan move to Las Palmas followed.
So does Sacko have any future at Leeds at all after another loan deal is confirmed?
“I very much doubt it.
“He is obviously still young so you can never say never.
“But it is rare that you see a player get loaned out so much and still be successful at their parent club.”
“You never know.
“Many didn’t think that Klich had a future at Leeds after a poor season last term, but here he is, a regular under Bielsa.
“If he can impress over in Turkey, then anything can happen.”
“No, not at all.
“He needs to make a big impression in Turkey to even remotely stand a chance of coming back.
“It won’t happen though. His Leeds days are over.”