Championship club, Leeds United, will be saying their goodbyes to a Pierre-Michel Lasogga as he will be returning to his club Hamburger SV after a season-long loan deal with the Whites.
While the Championship club was playing their second post-season game on tour ion Myanmar, the German forward took to his Instagram page to bid his farewell to the club while tagging Leeds and Bradford airport.
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The centre forward arrived at the Elland Road during the summer transfer window in August for a season-long loan deal from the Bundesliga club, and has went on to feature for the Whites in 33 appearances while scoring 10 goals in the process, now is saying his goodbyes to the Championship club supporters.
Reports, during the Winter transfer window, was claiming that Leeds were having plans of signing the German forward on a permanent basis, but the Whites’ boss Paul Heckingbottom dismissed all rumours and reveals that Lasogga will not be in summer plans with the club.
Lasogga, in recent interview in Germany, revealing that he will be anticipating a move to the Premier League some time in his career:
“Maybe a childhood dream will come true, I’m still a player at Hamburger SV and will see what happens in the summer.”
In the Bundesliga news, Hamburger SV have been relegated, which will see Pierre-Michel Lasogga career take a different path.