Last summer, Leeds United allowed Maximilian Wöber to join Borussia Mönchengladbach on a dry loan deal.

In the summer, the deal suggests the centre-back will have to return to Elland Road, where he has a deal until 2027.

However, according to Gladbach Live, the German club are keen on retaining the Leeds owned player beyond this season.

The Austria international has featured for the Bundesliga side when he was available for selection this season. He’s made 20 appearances, managing a goal and three assists in the process.

It’s claimed Mönchengladbach are ‘already clear’ that they want to retain both the Leeds man and Jordan Siebatcheu, who’s on loan from Union Berlin, next season.

Therefore, Gladbach could probably start talks with Daniel Farke’s side and Union Berlin in ‘the coming weeks and months’ for Wöber and the American respectively.

Over at Fussball Transfers, they have also mentioned the Bundesliga side’s desire to retain the centre-back.

The Championship side paid €12m to buy Wöber from Red Bull Salzburg in January 2023, and the report states a deal to buy the player will ‘not be cheap’ for Mönchengladbach to secure a permanent stay but make no mention of the fee needed to convince Leeds.