Lazio And Roma Are Monitoring Gnonto's Situation With Leeds

Leeds United faced a difficult task in keeping Wilfried Gnonto during the summer transfer window and must now prepare for potential January challenges. Gnonto, keen to play in the Premier League, had a deal with Everton foiled by Leeds, resulting in the young player's strike. According to the latest sources, Gnonto is still open to a possible transfer, with Italian teams, particularly Lazio and Roma, keeping a close eye on the situation.

Gnonto's appeal for Serie A is no secret, given his desire to return to the national team. Both Lazio and Roma have expressed interest in this promising young player and may make offers in the coming weeks. The former Inter youth product is open to returning to Italy, especially if it means competing in European competitions.

Leeds and Gnonto may consider a new contract that will boost his existing weekly income of £20,000 to end this lengthy problem. His 37 games for Leeds, combined with five goals and five assists, demonstrate his worth. The real interest, however, is in how this position develops during the January transfer window, with Italian clubs prepared to join the chase.

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