Leeds United have left it late in the 2023 summer transfer window when deciding the future of winger Luis Sinisterra, with a stunning update coming just as the window closed.
Leeds United Loan Luis Sinisterra to Bournemouth
Details of Sinisterra’s Bournemouth Move
Fabrizio Romano has confirmed that Luis Sinisterra is now a new Bournemouth player and that the loan move from Leeds is “done right now”, with the deal being finalised just as the summer transfer window closed.
This comes after a lot of twists and turns around the Colombian winger’s future all through the summer, as it looked like he would stay at one point only for the Cherries to bring him in on loan. The deal is now done, with the winger and his agent even posing with the Bournemouth jersey after the transfer deadline.
The Whites were actually able to convince Wilfried Gnoto to stay at the club despite him once trying to push for a reported move to Everton. But they couldn’t do the same for Sinisterra, who indicated he did not want to play in the Championship for Daniel Farke’s side.
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Are Leeds Getting Anyone In Return?
Sky Sports reports that Leeds will be getting Bournemouth winger Jaidon Anthony in return after allowing Sinisterra to join the Premier League side.
Anthony can play on either wing and is still only 23 years old – and has made 93 appearances for the Cherries since joining them in 2020, in which he scored 12 goals and provided ten assists across all competitions. However, they are also losing a promising winger in the form of the Colombian, who scored seven goals in 22 appearances for them last season and also one in four games in the current campaign before deciding to leave.
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