Hadi Sacko would certainly have hoped things were on the up for his career when he departed Leeds United in the summer.
The Mali international headed out to Tenerife to join Las Palmas on a season-long loan, however, things have gone far from well for him.
The 24-year-old has found himself frozen out of the picture in the Canary Islands and has played just 97 minutes of football for the Segunda Division outfit, with his last appearance against RCD Mallorca on October 27.
And, it appears things could be about to get a lot worse for him, as reports in Spain are suggesting his time will not improve in the Mediterranean.
Leeds, however, have not had any official notification about their plans as of yet, but their priority is to find him another club should that happen.
Sacko arrived at Leeds on a permanent deal worth £1.53million following an initial loan spell (per Transfermarkt), however, the Thomas Christiansen signing failed to make a real impact.
It would appear that the Elland Road outfit could have an unnecessary headache on their hands as they will now need to find a possible destination for the Malian as Las Palmas look likely to end his spell.
Although under contract until 2020, the loan spell will not have helped any chance that he may have had of playing a role in Marcelo Bielsa’s side.
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