Luis Sinisterra tipped to reach the top at Leeds United by Sky Sports pundit despite inconsistency

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Paul Robinson is worried by the inconsistent game-time Luis Sinisterra has had at Leeds United since his arrival from Feyenoord in the summer transfer window.

The 23-year-old has only managed six Premier League starts for the Yorkshire club and has played in jus tthree of the last five matches due to injury and suspension.

Sinisterra, who’s been in good goalscoring form for Leeds and for Colombia this term, was absent due to injury on Saturday (29 October) as United won 2-1 at Liverpool to move out of the relegation zone.

Crysencio Summerville played in Sinisterra’s position and scored the match-winning goal late on.

Robinson is happy with both Sinisterra and 21-year-old understudy Summerville but believes Leeds need to see more of Sinisterra on a consistent basis.

“Sinisterra’s been great but he’s not done it consistently,” Robinson told MOT Leeds News.

He’s been coming off the bench and hasn’t been a consistent starter.

When he’s come off the bench, he has done well when he’s started, he cuts in and he takes opportunities to score a goal.

I think he can develop into a top player.

The last two or three weeks, he’s started more than he’s been on the bench so it tells you something.

Sinisterra and Summerville – I think they’re both very similar players.

They’re both good, young and development.

I think they can both become very good players but they need to be in a team that’s playing well but defensively, they are lacking.”

Sinisterra has played 10 times in all competitions since joining Leeds in the sumemr, scoring three goals in the process.

However, he’s not yet completed 90 minutes.

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