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12/10/2017 - 21:52 BST

Leeds United Could Face Brick Wall In Efforts To Sign Loanee, Sporting Director Hints


Hamburg sporting director Jens Todt has hinted the club could slam the door on any efforts by Leeds United to sign Pierre-Michel Lasogga on a permanent basis. 

Lasogga has fallen well down the pecking order at Hamburg and was shipped out on a season-long loan deal to Leeds in the summer transfer window.

Crucially, Leeds did not secure a purchase option in the deal, as they regularly favour in loan agreeements, meaning they will depend on Hamburg's view if they wish to sign Lasogga permanently next year.

And Todt has hinted the Bundesliga side may not be open to doing business if Lasogga does turn on the style during his time at Elland Road.

The sporting director told local newspaper the Hamburger Morgenpost: "If Pierre has a good season, he could also play a role [here at Hamburg and return] with a lot of fresh self confidence."

Hamburg have struggled at the start of the new Bundesliga season and currently sit third from bottom with seven points from their opening seven games.

Without Lasogga, the club's strike force have managed just four goals in their seven league matches.