Leeds United midfielder Ouasim Bouy has been stealing a living at Elland Road.
The 27-year-old joined on a free transfer from Juventus back in 2017 and has yet to make a senior appearance for the club.
Superagent Mino Raiola has been tipped with trying to seal an exit this summer for Bouy, who has spent many seasons out on loan.
Leeds fans have been asking for him to be sold for years, with the midfielder simply taking up unnecessary space around the club.
BBC journalist Adam Pope responded to a fan asking whether there was any movement in regards to interest in the Dutchman.
Pope has tipped the contract of the 27-year-old to be run down, with interest looking unlikely in Bouy after his lack of football.
I think Bouy’s could run down. Sometimes these contracts make mor financial sense to do so rather than paying up a player early. Unless of course someone wants to take him off #lufc hands.
— Adam Pope (@apopey) September 3, 2020
Bouy has been at Leonesa and PEC Zwolle on loan during his time at Leeds, and only managed to make 27 appearances in all competitions.
Marcelo Bielsa has not been interested in utilising the midfielder since he arrived at the club, and that is a massive hint he isn’t wanted.
Bouy’s current contract at Elland Road runs out in 2021, meaning there is only one season left before he leaves the club.
Leeds could have come to an agreement to terminate his contract early, but it appears that they would rather let it run out before he leaves.
With young midfielders such as Alfie McCalmont and Robbie Gotts coming through, those players are rated much higher at Thorp Arch.
Dutch coach Bert van Marwijk, who has worked with Bouy before once questioned his ability to compete in English football.
That has been proven, and it’s time to go.
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