Hadi Sacko left Leeds United in the summer to join UD Las Palmas on a temporary deal, however, it would be fair to say things really are not going too well for him in Spain.
The versatile winger, who can play on both flanks, has featured just five times for the Segunda Division outfit this season, with all of those appearances coming off the bench.
However, in the 19 matches across all competitions that Las Palmas has played so far, he has only been in the squad six times.
And, taking to Instagram, it does not appear as though his time at the club will be getting any better in the near future.
Sacko posted a video to his story of him sitting in the stands when Las Palmas were in action against fierce rivals Tenerife on Sunday, a match that finished 1-1.
Having originally been brought to Elland Road for £1.53million (per Transfermarkt) by Thomas Christiansen, Sacko has really struggled to make an impact.
He was clearly deemed surplus to requirements by Marcelo Bielsa when he arrived as the new manager in the summer and is unlikely to consider him once again in the future.
Whether Sacko’s time in Tenerife changes remains to be seen, however, at the moment, his footballing career appears to have hit a brick wall.
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