July 12, 2024

Since it seems likely that Willy Gnonto and Crysencio Summerville will both depart Elland Road this summer, Leeds United is in the lookout for new wide players.

Numerous Premier League teams are reportedly interested in signing Summerville, with Brighton reportedly having started negotiations to recruit the diminutive Dutchman prior to the 2024–25 campaign commencing.

After trying to force his way out of Leeds last summer by refusing to play, Italy star Gnonto returned to the team. This summer is different, and Leeds may have to sell him to make ends meet.

A bid of £16.9 million has been put up by Nottingham Forest for Gnonto, and Inter Milan may try to bolster their roster of indigenous players at the Nerrazzuri before they register for the Champions League.

The summer is when Leeds will need to acquire new wide players because Jaidon Anthony is also departing and going back to his parent club, Bournemouth. At the end of the month, Ian Poveda is scheduled to leave Elland Road on a free transfer.

Couhaib Driouech is one player the club has been associated with. Although he was unable to stop relegation, the 22-year-old Moroccan made an impression in The Eredivisie last season, contributing to 16 goals in 33 games.

In addition to Victor Orta’s Sevilla and PSV Eindhoven, Rangers has entered the £3.5 million chase for the winger. Driouech is reportedly being watched by these teams. However, the player has chosen which club to play for now.

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