Leeds United manager Thomas Christiansen has made a decision on the future of Giuseppe Bellusci, according to The Yorkshire Evening Post.
Thomas Christiansen has already made his mind up on whether Bellusci will leave this summer or whether he will be given a lifeline at Elland Road.
However, Christiansen is keeping his cards close to his chest and refusing to reveal his decision yet.
Giuseppe Bellusci played 45 minutes in Leeds United’s 5-1 pre-season victory over Guiseley but he was subjected to some booing from the Leeds fans.
This included chants against him as he walked down the tunnel at half time.
Bellusci later tweeted to criticise the fans.
“Fortunately in this world we have the children to set an example to the adults!”
Fortunately in this world we have the children to set an example to the adults!
— Giuseppe Bellusci (@peppe_ele) July 8, 2017
Bellusci was frozen out by Garry Monk last season and told that he had no future at Elland Road.
Having spent a year in his homeland with Empoli, the 27-year-old was expected to pen a permanent deal with the Italian side.
However, Empoli were relegated to Serie B and could no longer afford to keep Bellusci.
It is thought that a number of Serie A clubs remain interested in the Leeds United defender.
Thomas Christiansen has made his final decision on Bellusci and Leeds United fans will be expecting to hear back on the situation shortly.
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