BREAKING: A standout player for Leeds United is anticipated to leave the team permanently…

Because the club has much more control over player contracts than it did after relegation in 2023, the Whites’ summer window will be less tumultuous and chaotic.

Leeds only has two loan clauses remaining from the previous season that allow them to leave the team on loan once more for the 24/25 season.

Leeds United close to major permanent sale, Euro club have contract ready -  Report - LeedsAllOver

Marc Roca is getting closer to leaving Leeds permanently to join Real Betis.

Marc Roca, a midfielder who played 23/24 in La Liga with Real Betis, was one of the two players who might go out on loan once more.

He obviously made an impression on Manuel Pellegrini and the Seville boardroom, as evidenced by the fact that a transfer for the upcoming season is already planned.

Gonzalo Tortosa, a journalist for El Chiringuito, has provided a significant update, stating that Betis is still working hard to sign Roca—but on a permanent basis:

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The Spanish midfield player has agreed to a contract that will keep him away from Elland Road until 2028.

If the Roca permanent sale goes through, Leeds will benefit greatly.

Our summer spending will be much increased by the possibility that we will receive a respectable price for Roca instead of having to loan him out.

If we’re happy to let him go, he will undoubtedly be departing the club for an eight-figure fee—a profit for PSR.

We can’t plan without those loans hanging over our heads, so hopefully this is resolved soon since Roca doesn’t want to be back here.

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