Leeds United are set to officially part company with Ezgjan Alioski following his contract expiration [Leeds Live].
The Lowdown: Leeds United face changes moving into 2021/22
Moving into 2021/22, some changes will engulf an Elland Road side who achieved an impressive ninth placed finish last term.
However, while those are just rumours, one man who is definitely be departing Yorkshire this summer is 29-year-old North Macedonia international Alioski.
Should Leeds United have kept Alioski?
The Latest: Alioski confirmed to be leaving Elland Road after four years
As stated, the left-back is now officially set to leave Leeds United this summer, with neither club nor player able to agree an extension on his deal [Leeds Live].
Speculation will follow regarding his next move, with Galatasaray said to be closely monitoring his situation [Tribal Football].
The Verdict: Right time for club and player to part ways
All things considered, now is probably the correct time for Alioski and Leeds to part ways in an amicable fashion.
In 2020/21, the Prilep-born full back enjoyed a solid season within the Whites rear-guard, chipping in with six goal contributions in 38 fixtures; three goals and three assists [Transfermarkt], but he was suspect defensively at times.
All in, he registered 41 goal contributions in 171 fixtures during his time in Leeds, 22 goals and 19 assists [Transfermarkt].
Once described as ‘brilliant’ by ex-Sunderland forward Kevin Phillips, his efforts in a Leeds United jersey won’t be forgotten about any time soon [Football Insider].
In other news, Leeds United are set to miss out on a reported transfer target.
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