Rafa Mujica continues to wait to find out what will happen to him during the current window, and it would appear the delay is down to Leeds United.

The 22-year-old was loaned to Real Oviedo in the summer market, with the deal lasting for the full season. However, he’s only been given 50 minutes in LaLiga2 so far this campaign, and Oviedo won’t stop him leaving for another club this month.

Leeds United signed the forward when Barcelona allowed his contract to expire, and before moving to the Catalan club he was in the youth system of Las Palmas. The Canary Island club are thought to be interested in taking him back, presumably on loan, in the winter market.

ElDesmarque quote Oviedo’s sporting director Francesc Arnau as saying: “He has not counted for the coach and we are looking for a way out. It does not depend on us. He is owned by Leeds and we are waiting for the decision that they finally make.”

There’s no indication of when that decision will arrive from Elland Road, and with only a couple of weeks left in the window, and with Mujica desperately needing minutes, the hope will be it comes sooner rather than later.