Leeds United defender Pontus Jansson has told the Swedish media the Championship side are currently in talks to make his move permanent. The 25-year-old joined Leeds United on loan from Torino in the last transfer window.
Speaking to Fotbollskanalen, Jansson said getting a permanent move to Leeds United is what he now wants in his career, and steps have been taken for this to happen. The Swede revealed since arriving in England he’s found his love for the game again, and now just wants the transfer sorting out.
“It’s definitely something I want. I understand they are already in the process of negotiating it. I have found the love for football again. I’m getting on very well and I just want to have it done as soon as possible,” said Jansson on his future.
Last month Jansson confirmed if he plays 20 games for Leeds United this season then the transfer will be made permanent. However, it seems the Sweden international has done enough in his short time at the club to convince Leeds United manager Garry Monk to get a deal done sooner.