In the last seven matches, Samuel Sáiz has started only two and has played the full 90 minutes only once since the end of September.

The 27-year-old has registered four assists and two of them came when he came on as a substitute against West Brom and Bristol City in November.

Having joined the Championship side from Huesca in 2017, the Spaniard is set to return to the La Liga in the ‘next few days’, if the claims from AS are to be believed.

It’s claimed that Getafe are interested in securing the attacking midfielder’s services in the winter market and are planning to take him on a loan transfer with an option to sign Marcelo Bielsa’s player on a permanent deal.

To be clear, AS start their article by saying Siaz ‘will arrive in the coming days on loan with a purchase option’.

The report mentions the Whites player is no longer key for Marcelo Bielsa and is set to replace Senegalese forward Amath Ndiaye Diedhiou.

However, despite all of that being claimed, it’s then stated Leeds are not interested in parting ways with Saiz, who arrived at Elland Road from Huesca for €3.5m. The insinuation is a permanent deal, and therefore reasonable fee, may be required.