Eredivisie side Cambuur have been linked with a late swoop for Leeds United right-back Cody Drameh, according to Omrop Fryslan journalist Andor Faber.
The Lowdown: Summerville interest
Drameh isn’t the first Leeds player the Dutch side have shown an interest in this summer.
As we know, the Dutch winger has stayed in Yorkshire and has been on the bench in all three first-team games this season.
Even though they missed out on Summerville, it seems as if they may try their luck with a move for Drameh, described as ‘fantastic’ by Ben Parker.
The Latest: Faber post
Faber took to Twitter on Monday evening to share Cambuur’s interest in the 19-year-old.
He revealed that the Dutch side are looking at the full-back, however, a deal could be complicated due to the possibility of playing time under Marcelo Bielsa.
Drameh was included in Bielsa’s matchday squad for just the second time in the 2-2 draw with Everton on the weekend.
Would you loan out Drameh?
No, keep him close to Bielsa!
The Verdict: Keep
Even though the teenager could head, presumably on loan, to the Netherlands and play regular first-team football, it would make sense to keep Drameh in Yorkshire.
The Whites chose not to add to their right-back ranks this summer, showing faith in both Drameh and Jamie Shackleton.
Drameh continues to be a regular for the Under-23’s and is reportedly knocking on the door over an England Under-21 call-up.
If he can continue to impress at Thorp Arch, he may well become a regular in Bielsa’s matchday squad, and who knows, could take over from Luke Ayling in years to come.
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