Leeds United’s Wilfried Gnonto wants to leave and return to Italy in the summer window, according to Calciomercato.

The winger was keen on leaving the Whites last summer, when AC Milan and Fiorentina tried signing him on loan. This option was dismissed by Leeds, who it’s said requested a €20m fee, although that feels low.

Gnonto ended up staying and finished this season with nine goals and three assists, and he and his teammates weren’t able to secure a promotion back to the Premier League.

The 20-year-old was thinking about changing clubs and is ‘even more convinced’ after Daniel Farke’s side lost the Championship play-off final to Southampton last weekend.

Therefore, the report says the Italy international has made himself available in the market and his desire is to move to Serie A, also to improve his chances of playing for Azzurri.

Leeds’ €20m request closed doors for him last summer, but that won’t be the case in the next window.

The Whites could have to settle for a lower price this time as Calciomercato say his value has dropped, without specifying numbers, and this makes him an interesting option in the market.

Gnonto’s desire is to move to Italy, but as of now, he hasn’t received any requests. Time will tell whether his wish to leave Leeds will be fulfilled.