Transfer news: Roma is interested in signing Leeds United’s outstanding player on a loan, but Leeds United are trying to get him permanently this summer…

Leeds may want to sell the Spaniard in order to raise transfer funds and address their financial problems following their failure to gain promotion to the Premier League.

Diego Llorente exit news emerges at Leeds United in £2.9m deal

The Italian publication stated on page 16 of its print version [6 June] that Roma is eager to sign the defender again on loan, but the Whites might want to discontinue their relationship with him at this point.

He might end up being their lone acquisition if they manage to secure £2.9 million from the Serie A team this summer despite their financial difficulties.

Diego Llorente may be sold by Leeds United during the summer transfer window.

A disappointing second season in the Championship was confirmed with Southampton’s defeat at Wembley.

This gave rise to rumours that the Whites would have to sell players valued at up to £100 million in order to pay off debt.

Leeds felt that the sale of important players like Crysencio Summerville, Georginio Rutter, and Wilfried Gnonto was inevitable as a result.

Some of the worries have subsided with Red Bull’s investment, but asset sales this summer will still be required.

Selling players who have been gone from Elland Road for the season may be a good approach for Daniel Farke’s team to raise money.

Llorente played for Roma the previous season, and he won’t want to have a season in the Championship on his resume after spending the remainder of his career with teams like Real Madrid and Real Sociedad.

If Roma makes a bid that Leeds management accepts, a permanent transfer might be the best option for all sides.

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