The media closest to Las Palmas aren’t exactly happy with the way Hadi Sacko’s loan move from Leeds United is going.

Sacko arrived at the Canary Island club in the summer in a deal which was made possible by Victor Orta connections, and there were seemingly high hopes.

Pasion Amarila, who title their article ‘Where is Sacko?’, report other players had to leave and make room from the arrivals of Sacko and others, and the Leeds owned player was meant to bring width and speed to the Spanish second division side.

However, it’s explained the club’s manager Manolo Jiménez hasn’t seemed to notice the player much because he’s been ‘disappearing’ from the team and often not in the match day squad at all.

Sacko has a grand total of 97 minutes, which has been spread across five matches, and the only notable statistic he’s managed to pick up is a yellow card.

This is clearly a surprise for those following the club closest, and they expected much more.

It’s still looking a better loan than Yosuke Ideguchi’s spell at Cultural Leonesa last season.