Leeds United’s Maximilian Wöber has been on loan at Borussia Mönchengladbach since the summer window.

The Whites signed the centre-back from Red Bull Salzburg in January, and then let him go out on loan after they were relegated from the Premier League.

The Leeds owned player has made 13 appearances for the Bundesliga side this season and he’s enjoying life in Germany.

Prior to his time at Leeds and Red Bull Salzburg, the 25-year-old had spells at Sevilla, Ajax and Rapid Wien. The Austria international has enjoyed his spells abroad and his comments are relayed by Laola1.

“The quality of life [in Germany] is exactly the same as in Austria. In England, for example, you could already tell that there was a difference in the food,” he said.

“I was able to take a lot with me everywhere. Regardless of whether it was a bit of Spanish from Sevilla or the fact that I explored the south of Spain. I played incredible games there, just like in England. I don’t want to miss any of my stations.”

The defender’s contract at Leeds runs until 2027 and his future at Elland Road beyond this season needs to be clarified. Daniel Farke has helped the English club currently sit third in the table after 16 games, and they’re eight points behind leaders Leicester City.

When discussing his future, the Austrian heaped praise on Leeds United’s performances this season.

“Leeds are doing very well. They play really cool football, it’s fun to watch. If they keep going like this, everything looks like they’ll be promoted. Then the whole thing isn’t really in my hands,” Wöber explained.

According to Laola1, it’s ‘difficult to estimate’ what will happen with Wöber’s future next summer.