Leeds United manager Uwe Rosler is looking to loan out young midfielder Casper Sloth to give him to the experience needed to become a first team regular, a club insider from Leeds United has informed Football League World.
The 23-year-old midfielder was signed from Danish side Aarhus FC in the summer of 2014 with large expectation, yet the youngster has only mustered 13 games for Leeds United as his career continues to take a downward turn.
However, FLW have been informed by a club insider at Elland Road that the Denmark international could be loaned out of the West-Yorkshire club in the near future so that he can get a run of games under his belt – something he has lacked since he started his stint at Elland Road.
Scoring seven goals in 75 games for his old club, he made a name for himself as a midfielder full of potential. However, he is yet to fulfill that potential as he found himself sidelined at his new club.
Concerns have been raised in the past about Sloth’s lack of games for Leeds United and the reasons behind his absence. The young midfielder arrived at Elland Road with the potential to be a first-team regular, but he failed to make his impact and couldn’t keep his spot in the team.
Whether or not a loan move will benefit the midfielder is unclear, but Uwe Rosler will surely be hoping that it will do for the player’s sake and for the sake of Leeds United.
Leeds fans! Why do you think Sloth hasn’t played well when given the chance? Do you want to see him go out on loan? Let us know in the comments below!