Date: 9th June 2021 at 1:05pm
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Many United have been discussing an update about Jean-Kevin Augustin that emerged on social media.

German outlet Bild has recently reported about Leeds’ legal case involving their of Augustin in January 2020.

It is stated that Leeds have lost their case and as a result, they could now be forced to pay a fee of €21m (£18.1m) to RB Leipzig. The German club’s Commercial Director feels that an appeal will be coming soon from , suggesting the chances of that happening are quite high.

Should Leeds appeal this case?

Yes

Yes

No

No

The issue pertains to the dispute around Leeds’ insertion of an obligation-to-buy clause in Augustin’s contract which was applicable if the club had been promoted. Even though they got promoted, the loan deal expired well before the club actually sealed promotion to the Premier League.

This information was relayed on Twitter by BILD RB Leipzig. Many Whites fans made their views clear about this.

What did Leeds fans make of this ?

“Terrible news, we can contest it can’t we?

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“Oh dear.

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