January 4, 2024

It was inevitable that Willy Gnonto’s future at Leeds United would come up this month.


Gnonto attempted to force a move to Everton by refusing to play and submitting a transfer request, but Leeds managed to hold onto his services against all odds in the summer.


Gnonto was accepted back into the fold in late August after expressing regret to Angus Kinnear and Daniel Farke, but it’s safe to say that his season has not gone as expected.


Due to Dan James and Crystal Summerville’s excellent play, Gnonto has only started two games since he recovered from an injury in early October.This has prompted rumours from Italy that he wants to leave once more.


Gnonto quickly denied the claims on Instagram when they reappeared, and today, David Ornstein of the Athletic gave an update on his situation, stating that nothing new has happened since the summer.


Ornstein states that there is no new information on Gnonto’s future.


“Had no info to this effect so far, Phil,” he wrote. isn’t playing as many minutes as he would like, but he has still featured in about 20 games, and Leeds doesn’t seem to want to take a chance on losing as they aim for promotion.


“Everyone witnessed the events of the previous summer, and since the situation was resolved, I haven’t heard any additional rumours of a move.”


Gnonto has not started as often as he would have liked, but he still fits into Farke’s stated policy of not wanting to lose any players from his squad this month because of the fight for promotion.


It should be clear from Farke’s repeated remarks that he is totally committed because of Gnonto’s recent demeanour behind the scenes.


According to Phil Hay, Genoto is even considering switching agencies.Why there was so much conjecture in the summer was the responsibility of his delegates.


In order for Gnonto to concentrate on his football and reintegrate into the squad, hopefully he can simply enjoy a quiet transfer window this month.

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