Leeds United’s Hadi Sacko is expected to leave Las Palmas imminently after a failed loan spell.
The Mali international has rarely featured for the Segunda Division outfit this season and the Whites are thought to be searching for new possible clubs to send him out too.
Having played just 96 minutes for the Canary Island outfit, the winger, who arrived at Leeds when Thomas Christiansen was in charge, will look to resurrect his career somewhere else.
The media outlet are claiming the 24-year-old could either go to Cyprus and turn out for AEK Larnaca or head to the Hungarian outfit MOL Vidi.
Both sides are in the top-flight of their respective countries and have featured in the Europa League this season, although both have since been eliminated from the group stages.
Although both options are not necessarily amazing, either could help Sacko get back to playing regular football and improve his chances of securing a permanent move away from Leeds.
It remains to be seen which club will offer him the best opportunity to get back out on the pitch, whilst returning to the Championship outfit is not an option.
Marcelo Bielsa clearly has no desire to have him at Elland Road this season and his chances of getting minutes in Yorkshire would likely have been non-existent.
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