Leeds United defender Rasmus Kristensen must be sold next summer amid 'Disaster' this week
The run of bad games for Leeds United loanee Ramus Kristensen continued with another disappointing display for the Denmark national team.
Every international break there seems to be some issue with the right-back and the Danes perhaps do not have any other options out there.
The Danish media had a field day with the performances of the 26-year-old and did not mince their words after the 2-0 defeat against Northern Ireland on 20 November.
Bold.dk gave him a 2/10 and wrote, “What worked on the Danish left was something close to a disaster on the right. Nissen began the match by gifting Northern Ireland a free runner and seemed completely crazy throughout the match. Bad, Goblin. Dirty.”
His first season at Leeds also had plenty of ups and downs and there were bad and disastrous performances on the right flank.
He decided to take advantage of the clause in his contract that allowed him to leave on loan because of relegation.
Daniel Farke surely would not have seen him in a positive light as he was among the first ones to abandon a sinking ship.
His performances for Roma have also been extremely underwhelming and there’s no reason to justify him getting another chance at Elland Road.
It’s fair to assume that he’s played his last ever game in West Yorkshire and regardless of whether Leeds get promoted, the Dane is unlikely to be welcomed back with open arms.