Sunderland midfielder Sebastian Larsson is being linked with a move to Leeds United as he appears to have no future on Wearside.
The midfielder will be on show at Euro 2016 on Monday in Sweden’s clash with the Republic of Ireland but, despite still being a regular at international level, he looks to be on his way out of Sunderland.
The 31-year-old is keen for regular football and that appears to off the table at Sunderland where he featured rarely for Sam Allardyce’s side last season.
Larsson won the player of the season award just 12 months ago, but looks as though he could be on his way a year later.
Some Premier League clubs may be alerted by his possible availability, but Leeds are leading the chase at the moment and will hope to secure Larsson’s services on the cheap, as he has just 12 months left on his present deal at the Stadium of Light.