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Leeds United exit on the playing cards for Drameh in summer time

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Paul Robinson expects Cody Drameh to depart Leeds United on the finish of the season, slightly than within the upcoming January switch window.

Drameh, 21, is a highly-rated prospect at Elland Street however the younger right-back is struggling for sport time because of the arrival of Denmark’s Rasmus Kristensen in the summertime.

He spent the second half of final season on mortgage at Cardiff, successful their participant of the season award within the Championship.

Nonetheless, since returning to West Yorkshire, Jesse Marsch has performed the ex-Fulham teenager simply as soon as and that has led to hypothesis surrounding his future.

Fabrizio Romano reported on Friday (23 December) that Leeds at the moment are in a struggle to maintain maintain of Drameh with Newcastle and Borussia Dortmund interested by signing him.

It’s understood that Crystal Palace and Bournemouth are additionally in pursuit of the England Below-21 worldwide.

Romano prompt {that a} mortgage is also an possibility for Drameh but when he’s loaned out, there’ll be no clause for a everlasting deal.


Robinson feels Drameh is correct to need extra enjoying time at Leeds.

Regardless of this, he feels an exit is extra seemingly subsequent summer time than in January.

“At his age and at his stage of his profession, you’re not going to need to be the third or fourth alternative for anybody,” Robinson informed MOT Leeds Information.

It will depend on what the supervisor’s ideas are.

Rather a lot can occur between now and the tip of the season.

I don’t suppose he’s a January transfer, I believe it’ll most likely be on the finish of the season.”

In different Leeds United information, we are able to solely reveal a serious choice being made on Liam Cooper after he missed the pleasant defeat to Monaco.

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