Both Bournemouth and Leeds United are currently debating whether to terminate the loan agreements for Luis Sinisterra and Jaidon Anthony early.
On deadline day in the summer, the two players signed season-long loans, with Sinisterra announcing his intention to return to the Premier League.
Despite having started two of Bournemouth’s first three Premier League games, Anthony moved to Elland Road as part of the deal because Leeds insisted on receiving a player in return.
Team Talk claims that both parties are now debating whether to terminate the loan periods early, which might result in their return to their parent clubs in the New Year.
Since joining their new teams, neither player has been able to have a significant impact; Anthony has only started twice in the Championship and Sinisterra just once in the Premier League.
Leeds would make a crucial decision regarding Sinisterra.
If this were to transpire, it would be an amazing development, especially considering how Angus Kinnear expressed Sinisterra’s intention to depart Leeds during the summer.
Though Anthony’s minutes have been severely limited by the play of those ahead of him in his position, he has looked decent in many of the cameos he has made for Leeds off the bench.
Premier League image of AFC Bournemouth versus Aston Villa taken by Robin Jones.
While Sinisterra’s influence has increased in recent weeks, he still only has one start. It took him some time to reach Andoni Iraola’s desired level of fitness.
If Sinisterra were to return, there is no doubt that he would start right away for Leeds; given his ability, he would ultimately be a cheat code at this level.
Additionally, according to FIFA rules, Sinisterra can only play for two clubs at a time, so he would be unable to leave again after having already participated in two this season.