Leeds United manager Daniel Farke has last laugh as footage of Bournemouth loanee Luis Sinisterra emerges
Leeds United manager Daniel Farke surely will not be missing Luis Sinisterra, who left for Bournemouth on loan on transfer deadline day.
After throwing a tantrum a few weeks before the window shut, it seemed that the Colombian attacker had got his act together.
Everything appeared to be back to normal and it looked like Sinisterra would be staying at Elland Road at least until January.
However, things transpired quickly and even bordered on potentially leading to a legal hindrance so Leeds allowed him to leave for the Vitality Stadium.
There was even a possibility of him not playing until the matter was resolved so it made sense to allow him to leave.
Leeds ensured that they got something out of the deal by signing Jaidon Anthony and it seems like they’ve not made a bad move in the window.
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Journalist Juan David Laverde shared the video on Twitter and this shows Sinisterra clear lack of instinct in front of goal.
While he did score a few for Leeds last season, he was mainly out injured and the lack of game time is surely affecting his edge in the final third.
According to the Daily Mail, Leeds signed him for £21million last summer and based on this, he does not seem worth that outlay at all.
Anthony, on the other hand, has been available and featuring regularly for Bournemouth so Farke will understandably have the last laugh in this exchange.
In other Leeds United news, a Whites player now faces over 12 weeks out of action due to injury if the worst-case scenario takes place.