Valuation Set for Summer Sale
Tottenham Hotspur have placed a price tag of £10-15 million on Joe Rodon, the Leeds United loanee, with intentions to sell him in the upcoming summer transfer window. Despite interest from several Premier League clubs during the January window, the asking price reportedly deterred potential suitors.
Leeds Keen on Permanent Deal
Leeds United are understood to be very keen on converting Rodon’s loan into a permanent move. However, their ability to secure the Welsh defender hinges on their promotion prospects. Football Insider sources indicate that while Tottenham’s valuation would be within reach for a promoted Leeds, it could be a stumbling block if they remain in the Championship.
No Buy Option in Loan Agreement
Rodon’s current loan deal to Leeds does not include an option to buy, which leaves his future open to competition from other clubs, particularly following his impressive performances this season. The 26-year-old has been a defensive stalwart for Leeds, contributing to 12 clean sheets and helping the team to the second-best defensive record in the league.
Leeds in Strong Championship Position
With Leeds sitting third in the Championship table after a recent victory over Rotherham United, the team’s ambitions for promotion are well within sight. Rodon’s continued strong form will be vital as they face their next challenge against Swansea City.
Competition for Rodon’s Signature
Leeds may face stiff competition for Rodon’s signature come summer, with top-flight clubs taking note of his standout performances. The centre-back’s future will be one of the key narratives as Leeds push for a return to the Premier League.
Other Transfer News
In related news, there are developments on the transfer front concerning Jack Harrison, with a club reportedly ready to accept an offer after recent interest from Everton.
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