Leeds United attacker Hadi Sacko is set to bring his dismal loan spell with Spanish Segunda Division side UD Las Palmas to an end, with a loan move to Hungarian side MOL Vidi on the brink of completion.
It has been reported by La Provincia – a newspaper local to Las Palmas – that Hadi Sacko has made a decision regarding his immediate future. After struggling to make an impact with the Spanish side, the Leeds United man is reportedly set for a loan move to Hungarian side MOL Vidi.
The Malian was left with a decision to make regarding his next club with Cypriot side AEK Larnaca and MOL Vidi his options and it seems he has his mind set on a spell in Hungary. He is set to complete a loan move to the Hungarian champions imminently. The only step that remains is for the deal to be finalized by parent club Leeds United.
MOL Vidi sit 2nd in the Nemzeti Bajnoksag I league, the top division in Hungary. They were in the Europa League Group Stages alongside Premier League side Chelsea, but they were knocked out of the competition in 3rd place.
The French-born attacker has played only 97 minutes in his time with UD Las Palmas, making just five substitute appearances for the Spanish Segunda Division side. A move to MOL Vidi would see him hopefully gain some more minutes on the pitch, with those coming few and far between during his time in Spain.
The attacker fell down the pecking order throughout the 2017/18 season prior to Marcelo Bielsa’s arrival. He played 42 times in all competitions in the 2016/17 season when signing on loan from Sporting Lisbon. However, after making his loan move permanent, he only played 18 games in all competitions the next season with the majority of those coming off the bench.