Since Leeds United’s relegation to the Championship, winger Crysencio Summerville has been surrounded by transfer rumours.

It’s been recently reported that the likes of Aston Villa, Borussia Dortmund and Feyenoord are all interested in signing the 21-year-old this summer.

Now as the Leeds youngster was interviewed by Voetbal International (via, he was quizzed about this potential departure.

Summerville made it clear there’s still no decision on a move, claiming he’s trying to keep himself away from the recent rumours as he’s currently featuring at the U21 Euros with his country.

“I would not know yet whether I’ll play for Leeds next season. I also hear and read all kinds of things, but I do not want to be involved in that now. I have therefore asked my agent to keep all interest away from me for the time being. The first target is the Dutch U21s. I want to win. I’m hungry,” he said.

Summerville joined Leeds’ academy in 2020, following a €1.5m move from Feyenoord. He soon stepped up to the first team, and so far, has 40 appearances for the Whites, with four goals and two assists.

The Elland Road side’s relegation basically made them a showcase for the European market, and with several players being approached by other clubs, it would be no different with the Dutchman.

Now in case Leeds want to hold onto him, his contract runs until 2026.