Leeds United’s Diego Llorente and Rasmus Kristensen spent this season on loan at AS Roma.

The Denmark international failed to shine in the first half of the season but things started to improve until a suspension in March, after which he dropped out and made only three starts.

Roma took the right-back on a dry loan deal and earlier this month, Corriere dello Sport said he’s likely to return to Leeds.

A fresh report from Corriere dello Sport talks about the Leeds duo when discussing the Serie A side’s plans for those players who were on loan.

Daniel Farke’s side failed to secure a promotion to the Premier League after their 1-0 loss to Southampton in the Championship play-off final on Sunday.

This would open the door for the Giallorossi to extend both loan deals. It’s further claimed Roma manager Daniele De Rossi would specifically be in favour of retaining the Spaniard.

Recent claims in the Italian media have stated Roma took Llorente on a dry loan deal, while others indicated there’s an obligation to buy set at €5m.

Corriere have made no mention of that in today’s report, but do state the Italian club could take advantage of Leeds’ failure to secure promotion, to retain the Whites duo.

They’re not desperate to, but there’s a feeling they may as well consider it given the money involved.