February 24, 2024

summary of Leeds most recent transfers  

Numerous teams are reportedly interested in recruiting teenage Barnsley sensation Fabio Jalo, including Leeds United. The 17-year-old Portuguese forward is reportedly being tracked by the Whites, Brighton, Everton, Fulham, and Sunderland, according to TeamTalk.

 

The 16-year-old, who joined the Tykes in 2019 after leaving Benfica, is a wing player who signed his first professional contract in 2022. After tallying 27 goals across all competitions, he was crowned the Academy Player of the Season for 2021–2022.

 

Jalo made his senior debut against Middlesbrough in the Carabao Cup last season, becoming the sixth youngest player in the club’s history.

 

Jalo, a youth international for Portugal, has played three senior games this year; his most recent third-tier debut occurred in the League One draw of 2-2 with Fleetwood. A number of clubs started to take notice when he entered the game in the last eight minutes after coming off the bench.

 

Wilfried Gnonto ‘Sad’ at Leeds United

Even though the summer transfer window ended more than two months ago, there are still rumours circulating that Wilfried Gnonto is considering a move away from Leeds United. The teenage Italian international is reportedly not pleased at Elland Road, according to Football Insider.

 

Gnonto has start just one of Leeds’ last four Championship games and played just one minute of action during the Whites’ win over Leicester City. The summer furore around Gnonto’s desire to leave the club has left him in an awkward position.

 

On the pitch, Crysencio Summerville is outperforming him, while Daniel James’ play is keeping Gnonto off the roster. In order to earn a spot in Italy’s Euro 24 squad should they qualify for next summer, the article claims that Gnonto wants to play frequently for the first team.

 

According to other sources, Lazio and the Premier League are both interested in the young player.

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