Leeds United are being linked with four players at Manchester City. The Sun is reporting that Pep Guardiola is open to allowing several of his young players join Marcelo Bielsa’s revolution in West Yorkshire.
One of the names being linked with a Leeds loan is 18-year-old Spaniard Brahim Diaz. The attacking midfielder impressed at City last season. The teenager played five times in the Premier League last term, winning a title medal. For the City development team, he played 17 times, scoring six and assisting four.
The talented Spanish youth international is highly rated at City and a move to Leeds could give him a genuine chance to thrive.
He would also get to work with a player who could be a massive inspiration. Leeds’ most talented player if undoubtedly their very own Spaniard Pablo Hernandez. The former Spanish international has thrived as Leeds’ playmaker in recent times and signed a two-year extension this summer.
Diaz would surely relish at the chance to learn a thing or two from his elder countryman.
Hernandez, who turned 33 in April, would be a great figure to take Diaz under his wing and help him in his quest to make it in English football.
For Leeds, they would be getting a great young talent. For City, they’d be sending one of their best youngsters off for a brilliant apprenticeship.