Leeds United supervisor Jesse Marsch isn’t certain about preserving left-back Leif Davis at Elland Highway subsequent season.
That is in line with The Athletic, as their dependable Leeds correspondent Phil Hay has acknowledged that there’s a proposal on the desk from League One aspect Ipswich City for Davis, however Marsch is in two minds about whether or not to maintain the left-back or not for the brand new marketing campaign.
Davis is only one of two left-backs Leeds at present have – though Stuart Dallas can play there too – however each Dallas and Junior Firpo are out injured for the foreseeable future. Marsch must resolve whether or not the 22-year-old is nice sufficient to cowl within the meantime or will the Yorkshire membership must dip into the market to discover a backup.
Davis has travelled to Australia for Leeds’ pre-season tour, with the 22-year-old having featured in each friendlies in opposition to Brisbane Roar and Aston Villa thus far. Marsch began the left-back in opposition to Villa however solely the American is aware of if he was satisfied or not.
The left-back has only one 12 months left on his contract with Leeds and if they’re contemplating promoting him, it could should be now. The teen spent final season on mortgage at Bournemouth however the Cherries determined to not activate the £1.5m everlasting clause in his contract, due to this fact, the supply from Ipswich must be thought-about quick.