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Leeds United: Fans flock to Beren Cross’ tweet

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Many Leeds United fans have flocked to the latest tweet that Beren Cross recently relayed on social media.

Cross’ latest tweet carried a link to an article involving Leeds striker Rodrigo Moreno. The article stated that Rodrigo is now ‘in line’ to return to action for Leeds in their upcoming clash against Arsenal. While the Spaniard had missed the club’s last two games because of having tested positive for the virus, the striker is now back in training for the Whites.

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That is because Rodrigo had posted a video from Thorp Arch recently and it had the caption ‘work’. The tweet from Cross caught the attention of many Leeds fans, who made their clear about the update.

What did Leeds fans make of this update involving Rodrigo?

Should Rodrigo play against Arsenal?

Yes

Yes

No

No

Leeds had signed Rodrigo from Valencia in the summer transfer window for a fee of £26 million. The Whites had shelled out a club-record fee to sign the Spanish forward (as per BBC Sport).

Since joining the Yorkshire-based club, Rodrigo has made seven appearances in all competitions for Leeds. He has scored one and that came in the club’s 1-1 draw against Manchester City (as per Transfermarkt). Some other Leeds fans also flocked to Cross’ tweet involving Rodrigo.

These Leeds fans are clearly pleased about the update and feel positive about Rodrigo’s potential return to action.

Rodrigo has picked up a rating of 6.58 in the this season and he has been Leeds’ tenth-best player in the campaign (as per WhoScored). The 29-year-old has played in three different positions this season under Marcelo Bielsa and all of this shows that he’s a pretty useful player for the Whites and it is understandable why fans are delighted about his potential return.

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