A player for Leeds United is set to be transferred by two Italian teams in January.

A player for Leeds United is set to be transferred by two Italian teams in January.

Although the summer transfer market has only closed, clubs from his country are already interested in Leeds forward Wilfried Gnonto for the upcoming January season.
Leeds United must adjust to the Championship after several years away following their relegation from the Premier League, and their first five results indicate it won’t be an easy transition.
Only six points have been earned by the Whites during their first five games, and last month, various player disagreements rocked the Whites’ new head coach Daniel Farke, who was also trying to balance the need to add several new players.
Eventually, United completed their transfer business with nine additions in all. These signings included a mix of permanent and loan contracts as well as high-priced players like Joel Piroe and Ethan Ampadu.
Even yet, there is interest in one specific Leeds player for the forthcoming January market, which opens in three and a half months, despite the summer transfer window having just come to an end.

Wilfried Gnonto had a unique August at Leeds after choosing not to participate in the league match against Birmingham City and the EFL Cup match against Shrewsbury Town.
Gnonto eventually offered his apology to Farke, and now the 19-year-old is back in the German’s season-long plans after teams were unable to meet Leeds’ demands.

However, two clubs from Gnonto’s country are planning transfers come January. According to Napoli Calcio Live, Serie A clubs Fiorentina and Sassuolo are both quite interested in signing the forward.
However, it is claimed that it would be more likely that a loan deal for the teenager would be preferred as the funds for a permanent move for Gnonto would be significant.

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