Breaking: Leeds United star player set to depart for £2.5 million as has declined to return to Championship the following season…

The Italian news source claims on their website (June 27) that the defender is eager to leave the Whites this summer and has no interest in going back to Elland Road.

Should Roma decide to go with their permanent move for the 30-year-old, they are preparing a three-year contract for the Spain international, who is valued at approximately £2.5 million.

Leeds United to lose Diego Llorente

One of the least unexpected summer news stories is that Llorente will most likely not be a Leeds player come transfer deadline day.

He was promptly given permission to go on loan after agreeing to a new deal, and he has been at Roma ever since, playing a significant role in their defence.

However, given his pay, an exit always felt like the most sensible course of action for all parties concerned. His game was never really suited to the Premier League or English football.

Although Daniel Farke would not have planned for him to be in the team and no one will be shocked by this news, Leeds still wants to get some money back for him to help with their budget.

Since Llorente’s stay in England was a complete failure, it is now best for everyone for him to permanently move on so that everyone may carry on with their lives.

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