Jean-Kevin Augustin can be a great player for Nantes if he learns from the mistakes he made at Leeds United, according to Noel Whelan.
Speaking exclusively to Football Insider correspondent Dylan Childs, the former Leeds ace and boyhood Whites supporter has urged the striker to re-find his drive, concentration and desire.
Agustin said (as reported by LeedsLive) after his move to Nantes: “Today, I am another man. I learned and I know that I will not make the same mistakes.”
The 23-year-old joined the Yorkshire giants on a loan-to-buy deal from RB Leipzig in January and the German side are adamant that the club owe them a transfer fee after securing promotion.
However, Leeds Live report that United insist that deal expired in June and the issue is now set to be resolved in a FIFA hearing.
In the meantime, Augustin joined French side Nantes on a free transfer.