Wimbledon star Ali Al-Hamadi has been heavily linked with a move to Leeds United and other top Football League clubs – and he has now opened up about his future ahead of the January transfer window One.
Al-Hamadi, 21, scored 20 goals and assisted last time out as Wimbledon beat Portsmouth 5-2 in the EFL Trophy.Its shape was noticed and Johnnie Jackson described it as a “shining light”.
A player who also put himself on the international radar, playing 11 times for Iraq and scoring 3 goals.Leeds are considering a move in January, as are Sunderland, Derby and Blackburn next month.
Reports also said Peterborough had won the £1.5 million race, but The Posh chairman Darragh MacAnthony scoffed at the claims.
Al-Hamadi has discussed his future with the London Football Stadium.
“Wherever my career goes, it will be one of my favorite places to play because of the special bond I have with the fans, players and staff.
It is a special club,” Al-Hamadi said this week.
“I hope this support continues until the end of the season, we want promotion.
I want to show off my abilities.
The fans and coaches have been amazing in helping me do that Long may this continue.
Ali Al-Hamadi discusses his future amid January links with Leeds Leeds don’t need another striker as things stand.
But Leeds are playing with a striker who is a number 10 and having a striker with the ability to create, like Al-Hamadi – who has six assists this season – will provide competition for Joel Piroe.
Joe Gelhardt and Mateo Joseph may think they need to get out of the loan, even though things seem unlikely.
Daniel Farke told Gelhardt he wasn’t going anywhere, Patrick Bamford will want to start more often, So signing Al-Hamadi would be a smart move.
Although Leeds signed him, they still allowed Al-Hamadi to stay at Wimbledon for the remainder of the 23-24 campaign A potential bargain at £1.5 million The one we should pursue.