Conor McGilligan has claimed that he expects Leeds United to sell young right-back Cody Drameh in the near future amid transfer interest.
While domestic football breaks for the duration of the 2022 World Cup, those working behind the scenes at Premier League clubs will be planning for the future.
However, while one defender may come in, another may be set to go out. Indeed, trusted journalist Fabrizio Romano recently claimed that many club are keen on signing Drameh in January.
While speaking about the player on the One Leeds Fan Channel, McGilligan said (4:34): “I think from my perspective, Leeds are going to let Cody Drameh go.
“He wasn’t favoured under Marcelo Bielsa. I think it’s clear that he’s not favoured either on the Jesse Marsch, and I think you’ve got these clubs who are looking at him at the minute – and maybe are willing to put in 10 million quid, I don’t know, or Cody Drameh – I think that is something Leeds are going to exercise.
“Because if he’s third in the line for two coaches then they’re clearly not fans of him.”